James Goodwyn Clonney
James Goodwyn Clonney (28 December 1812, Liverpool (?) – 7 October 1867, Binghamton, NY) was an English-born American genre painter and lithographer. Most of his works were rather small and many are miniatures. He focused upon rural subjects. A number of his paintings are subtle political and social commentaries; notably those showing white and black men interacting as equals and friends.