Lot 115    

Portraits of Dr. Thomas Moore and Ann Deliah Harris Moore of Aberdeen, Ohio,
2005, Gallery Sale / Oct 21
both oil on canvas. He's in a black suit, she's in a lace-trimmed black dress. Mid-19th century, in their original, oval, gilt and gesso frames; 23.25" x 19" (w/o frames), 30.25" x 25.5" (w/frames).

Dr. Thomas Moore and Ann Deliah Harris Moore moved to Aberdeen and he started a medical practice. See LOT 57 for portraits of their daughter, Ruth, and Ann's sister, Mary Rebecca Harris.

Condition:  
Both with moderate crackling and in need of a cleaning; G+.
Sold: $302.50
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