|Ralph Earl Self-portrait, probably|
around 1770, the pose as strange
as the man himself, not to mention
his crudely rendered anatomy.
|The British Army in Concord, 1775, Ralph Earl. Notice the British |
officers in the foreground cemetery (burying their dead?)
|Portrait of Roger Sherman, 1775,|
Ralph Earl, probably his most
famous portrait was done before he
went to England to learn how to paint.
|Ann Whiteside, 1784, Ralph Earl,|
a portrait of the second wife.