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Cornell, Theodore

American, active late 19th century


Theodore was the son of James C. Cornell, a prosperous farmer, raiser of prize-winning livestock and part-owner of the bank at Newtown, Pennsylvania. Theodore Cornell inherited an 1848 painting of the family farm by American naive artist and Quaker, Edward Hicks. The picture (now in the NGA) was later owned by Theodore's son, Russell Cornell.

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