Born 1799; d. 1865. John Neagle, who was born in Boston in 1799, began life as a coach-painter. He afterwards obtained considerable reputation as a painter of portraits. His best picture is a full-length portrait of Patrick Lyon, the blacksmith, the property of the Boston Athenaeum. [P. 9; exhibited under heading: "Oil Paintings."]
Massachusetts Centennial Art Exhibition, at the Galleries of the Boston Art Club, No. 64 Boylston Street, and at No. 48 Boylston Street, commencing April 3, 1876--Hours from 9, a.m. to 10, p.m.