The online catalog of the Skinner Auctioneers’ auction 2640B displays a number of fine portraits of mostly 19th century Americans. One of these at this auction, lot #513, is a portrait of Elizabeth A. Bartlett. No other information about this person is given in the catalog. It is certainly a 19th century American painting, but no date or place information is known. She does appear to be about 22 or 23 years old, but that's still only an approximation.
On the date of my writing this message, a scan of this portrait is still available online at:
but it may be taken offline soon. In the event it is taken offline, I have downloaded it and will be happy to send a copy freely by email to Bartlett family researchers. Someone in the family ought to have it, which is why I’m keeping a copy of it and posting about it. It is too good to be missed by the family that could identify her. It would be a very great shame and injustice were it to be missed by the family.
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If it were a portrait of a 19th century Pease young lady in my line, I’d certainly hope someone would do the same for me. Call it a simple, but appropriate, genealogical good deed.