"The Life Portraits of Jefferson and their Replicas" was a lecture given by Kimball at the National Gallery of Art on April 18, 1943 as part of the 200th anniversary celebration of the President's birth. Kimball later gave the lecture again at the American Philosophical Society on April 12, 1944. The Society published the lecture in its Proceedings of December 28, 1944. The records consist primarily of Kimball's research material regarding artists who had portaiture sittings with Jefferson, as well as artists who created replicas from the life sittings. Other material consists of an abstract of the lecture, correspondence, illustrations, and the manuscript, typescript, proof and printed versions of the article.
Fiske Kimball Papers : VII. Writings and research : A. Thomas Jefferson : 2. Life Portraits of Thomas Jefferson and their Replicas
Sub-subseries 2. Life Portraits of Thomas Jefferson and their Replicas
Date:1925-1953, n.d.Scope and Content NoteSee Also:
Fiske Kimball Papers / V. Art historical and historical projects / F. Thomas Jefferson Bicentennial Exhibition, 1743-1943 Fiske Kimball Papers / I. General correspondence and related material / C. 1943-1955 / f. Virginia Historical Society. Fiske Kimball Papers / I. General correspondence and related material / C. 1943-1955 / f. University of Virginia. Fiske Kimball Papers / VII. Writings and research / A. Thomas Jefferson / 3. Articles / f. "The Stuart Portraits of Jefferson." Gazette des Beaux-Arts 6.23 (June 1943): 329-344. Arrangement
According to stages of the article's production.