Benjamin West, John Galt, and the Biography of 1816

Rather, Susan
June 2004
Art Bulletin;Jun2004, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p324
Academic Journal
Features Benjamin West, a U.S.-born painter and a committed teacher of U.S. artists. Advantages of West over other artists at the outset of his career in England; Personal background of West; Description of the paintings of West.


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