National Society of Colonial Dames of
America in Tennessee















Portrait #1299
Subject/Title:
Gallatin, Albert
Artist:Keene, Hal
Date Created:2001
Owner/Location:Private Collection
Frame Dimensions:32 x 28
Image Dimensions:25 x 21
Materials/Media:Charcoal and pencil on paper board
Date Documented:18 April 2008
Condition:Excellent

Description:Likeness of Albert Gallatin--head view facing slightly to viewer's left. Black coat, white shirt and tie. Subject is balding on top with long greying hair over the ears.
History of Work:Drawn by Hal Keene of Gallatin, Tennessee, a local artist of note who passed away in 2008.
Notes:Albert Gallatin for whom Gallatin, Tennessee was named, was Secretary of the U. S. Treasury, a genius in finance, Senator, Representative, Champion of Democracy. Born in 1761, died in 1849. Never came to Gallatin, Tennessee.

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