17th-century American painters

Some of best 17th-century American painters:

Thomas Smith (American painter)

Thomas Smith was an artist, sailor and slave trader in colonial New England. Smith is best known for the self-portrait that he painted c. 1680, which according to the Worcester Art Museum, is "the forlorn seventeenth-century New England portrait by an identified artiste and the antediluvian extant American self-portrait." Smith was after that a prominent...

Jeremiah Dummer (silversmith)

Jeremiah Dummer (14 September 1645 – May 24, 1718) was the first American-born silversmith, whose works are today very valued, two items of his having sold in 2004 and 2007 both for $204,000. He was afterward noted as a portrait painter and as an engraver, who created the first paper currency in Connecticut Colony. His...

Hendrick Couturier

Hendrick Couturier (1620, Leiden – 1684, New York City), was a Dutch Golden Age painter. According to the RKD he married in Leiden in 1648 and moved to America. He lived both in New Amsterdam/New York and New Amstel/New Castle. He is primarily known today as the (possible) portrait painter of Pieter Stuyvesant, though this...

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