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19th century American school painting of a gentleman, oil on canvas, in period grain painted frame. Unsigned. Paper label en verso: Worcester Art Museum. Condition: Professionally conserved by Dee Minault of Cumberland Art Conservation, Nashville, in 1998. Lined, some minor inpainting to flake losses on cravat. Some losses to frame. Conservation report en verso. 25" x 21" sight, 31" x 37", framed. Provenance: Added to the Worcester Art Museum collection in Oct. 1917 and later deaccessioned (date unknown), purchased in the 1990s by Dee Minault. Ms. Minault believed the subject was possibly Judge Thomas Kinnicutt (1800-1858) of Worcester, Massachusetts. Kinnicutt was born in Rhode Island. He practiced law in Worcester, Mass., was a representative to the Mass. General Court, and a judge of probate. He married Harriet Paine Burling of Natchez, Mississippi. A portrait of Judge Kinnicott by Moses Wright remains in the Worcester Art Museum collection. Dee Minault estate, Nashville, TN.