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David Harris and Daniel Bowley


Image shows two men, David Harris (ca. 1750/1755-1809) and Daniel Bowley (1745-1807), standing in a field. The man on the left has outstretched hand with cane in left hand, and wears a brown coat, white stock, and yellow breeches. The man on the right has his hands in his pockets, and wears a white shirt and stock, black coat, and gray breeches. Both wear a hat and boots.


circa 1805

Contributor(s) Notes

Attributed to Francis Guy (1760-1820)


Oil on canvas


9 1/8 H x 6 5/8 W inches

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Credit Line

Gift of H. Oliver Thompson

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