Henry Clay Portrait by John Wesley Jarvis

This portrait of Henry Clay at age thirty-seven was painted by John Wesley Jarvis (d. 1839) in New York, in the winter of 1814, before Clay sailed to Europe to help negotiate the treaty of Ghent. Henry Clay (1777-1852) was an American statesman known as "The Great Compromiser." The print is from "McClure's Magazine."

Date:
1814
Original Format:
Painting
Item#:
MES34571
Height:
2229px
Width:
1616px
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