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Southern Synergy: The Philadelphia–Charles­ton Connection of Portrait Miniatures

An illustrated lecture by agent, author and antiques dealer Elle Shusan.

Elle Shusan is the preeminent expert and dealer of American and European portrait miniatures. Author of several books and articles on the subject of portrait miniatures, Ms Shusan had the need to put intriguing objects in a historical context; she has discovered connections between Federal Philadelphia and Charleston, the topic of her presentation this evening.

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  • Jane A.

    Like an exercise in Southern "who's your family" chess played out in the commission and painting of family portrait miniatures. Elle is incredibly well informed about miniatures, the market history, the artists and the sitters. Fascinating!

    June 9, 2014

  • Jane A.

    Paula, I've shared your question with a few of our members who can give you their insights and experience.

    This is a perfect question to ask the speaker after the lecture when she takes audience questions - I'll bet lots of people wonder the same things.


    April 17, 2014

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