In the presence of art, we have the opportunity to see inside someone’s heart, mind, and soul and feel what they felt.

Unidentified sitter, by Mary Roberts


Unidentified sitter, ca. 1755, Mary Roberts

Unidentified sitter, ca. 1755
Mary Roberts (American, d. 1761)
Watercolor on ivory; 1 1/8 x 1 inches
Gibbes Museum of Art, Bequest of Mrs. Amelia Josephine Emanuel (1939.009.0001)

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