The October 2007 issue of MAINE ANTIQUE DIGEST on page 9D displays a double watercolor portrait in the folk art manner of Ezekiel Gilman Adams and his wife who were married on 24 December 1771, possibly in New Hampshire.
The portrait is in an advertisement on newsprint in black and white only so it is not ideal. An image in color is posted on the dealer's website among the miniatures at:www.americanfolkpaintings.com
This fine double portrait should be made known to the Adams family. I am scanning it in case any of the descendants might like a copy, either by email or by postal mail. Someone in the family ought to have it--it is too good to be missed by them. It may not have extensive genealogy value, but it certainly does have a whole lot of family, historic, and artistic value.
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If it were a portrait of Pease family members, I'd certainly want someone to do the same for me.