Edward Livingston

Anson Dickinson American

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The prominent statesman (1764-1836) sat for Dickinson in Washington on February 3, 1827, as is recorded in the artist's daybook. Former mayor of New York City (1801-3), Livingston was, at the time, a senator for the state of Louisiana. He would go on to serve as secretary of state (1831-33) and United States minister to France (1833-35) under Andrew Jackson.

Edward Livingston, Anson Dickinson (1779–1852), Watercolor on ivory, American

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