Shepard Alonzo Mount
Shepard Alonzo Mount (1804-1868) was a National Academy of Design-trained American player during the mid-nineteenth century that painted deferential genres of truth during the era such as still-life and landscapes. He found inspiration from subjects and themes found in local areas roughly speaking him. He was best known for portraiture. Mount was extremely regarded for his deed to seize a meticulously rendered likeness and personality of his portrait subjects.