Imported Artistic Traditions: Great Britain

Anonymous, Elizabeth Freake and Baby Mary, 1674, oil on canvas, Worcester Art Museum,  42 ½ x 36 3/4"
Thomas Smith, Self-Portrait, c. 1690, oil on canvas, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester,   Massachusetts, 24 3/4 x 23 3/4"
Anonymous, Mrs. James Pierpont (Mary Hooker), 1711, oil on canvas, private collection.
Robert Feke, Brigadier General Samuel Waldo, 1748-50?, oil on canvas, Bowdoin College
Justus Englehardt Kuhn, Henry Darnall III, c. 1710, oil on canvas, Maryland Historical Society,  Baltimore, 53 7/8 x 44"
Gustavus Hesselius, Charles Calvert and Colored Slave, 1761, oil on canvas, Baltimore
Robert Feke, Isaac Royall and Family, 1741, oil on canvas, Harvard University, 56 3/16 x 77 3/4"
John Smibert, Dean George Berkeley and His Family (The Bermuda Group), 1729, 1739, oil on  canvas, Yale University Art Gallery, 69 3/4 x 94 1/2"
Jeremiah Theus, Mrs. Peter Manigault (Elizabeth Wragg), 1757, oil on canvas, Charleston  Museum, Charleston, South Carolina, 50 x 40"
Sir Joshua Reynolds, Georgianna, Duchess of Devonshire, c. 1775, oil on canvas, Huntington  Library, San Marino, California
John Singleton Copley, Boy with Squirrel (Henry Pelham), c. 1765, oil on canvas, Museum of  Fine Arts, Boston, 30 1/4 x 25"
John Singleton Copley, Paul Revere, 1765-1770, oil on canvas, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 35 x 28 1/2"
Thomas Davies, The Chaudière Falls near Quebec, Lower Canada, 1792, watercolor, private  collection?, 14 x 20"
George Heriot, Lake St. Charles near Quebec, c. 1800, watercolor, National Gallery of Canada,  Ottawa, 27.2 x 44.5 cm