William Strickland, Esquire

1829

This half-length portrait depicts Strickland, architect of Philadelphia's Second Bank of the United States, Merchants' Exchange, and United States Naval Asylum, as well as the Tennessee State Capitol and other important Greek Revival structures, with his Second Bank in the background.

Source

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Coverage

American - 19th century

Format

Oil on Canvas

Neagle, John (American painter, 1796-1865), “William Strickland, Esquire,” Classicizing Philadelphia, accessed September 25, 2017, http://www.classicizingphiladelphia.org/items/show/438.