Portrait of a Lady in a Blue Gown, said to be Augusta Maria Carolina, Princess of Orange-Nassau, possibly a 19th century copy of an earlier portrait, oil on canvas, 40-5/8 x 30-3/4 in.; gilt wood and composition frame,47-1/2 x 36-1/4 in.
Note: The painting came in with an attribution to Jacob Eicholtz (American, 1776-1842). It is not known if he copied this portrait. This type of curtain device can be found in his 19th American paintings. The painterly qualities do not seem to rise to his abilities.
lined, crackle, surface dirt, crackle, abrasions some water damage at top, possible older retouch in hands; frame resurfaced, with losses