Oliver Frazer

Oliver Frazer (1808 – April 9, 1864) was an American portrait painter. He was trained by Matthew Harris Jouett past going to Europe, and he became a portrait painter in his home state of Kentucky. He did portraits of many notable Kentuckians following James G. Birney, Edward Morton Le Grand, Colonel William Robertson McKee, and Richard Menefee. His portrait of Henry Clay is in the long-lasting collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His papers are held at the University of Kentucky Libraries Special Collections Research Center.

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