Shows Jones seated before an easel in his studio, with a mannequin nearby. Date based on penciled note on verso. Identification on accompaning label reads: Francis Coates Jones (1857-1932). Jones was a figure painter, who studied in Paris under Lefebre and Boulager for four years. He was a member of many art associations, treasurer of the National Academy of Design, and a trustee of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He won the Isidor Medal from the NAD in 1913 and silver medals at the Pan-American, St. Louis, and Panama-Pacific Expositions.
Francis Coates Jones in his studio, 1895 / unidentified photographer. Photographs of artists donated by the Worcester Art Museum, circa 1880-1900. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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