Berit M. Hattendorf examines the life and work of portrait painter Jane Stuart. In the mid-nineteenth century, as Newport became an attractive place for writers and popular as a summer resort for the wealthy, it also became a place of importance for artists and craftsmen. During this time, Jane Stuart dominated Newport portrait painting for half a century, from the 1830s until her death in 1888. Hattendorf describes this work in her article, which includes a complete catalog of known Jane Stuart paintings.
Hattendorf, Berit M.
"Newport's First Woman Portraitist: Jane Stuart,"
Newport History: Vol. 67:
232, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.salve.edu/newporthistory/vol67/iss232/3