Reynold Keen

Matthew Pratt American

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 717

Soon after his return from London, where he had studied under Benjamin West, Pratt painted the portraits of Reynold Keen (1738– 1800), a successful Philadelphia merchant, and his wife, Christiana Stille (1744–1777; 2008.243), a Philadelphia heiress. Their affable faces and luxurious surroundings describe their well-being, early in their married life.

Reynold Keen, Matthew Pratt (1734–1805), Oil on Canvas, American

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