RMT88EAF–Portland Museum of Arts Charles Shipman Payson Building in Porland Maine ME United States USA
RM2GBCT87–Maine, Northeast, New England, Portland, Congress Square, Portland Museum of Art, man men male adult adults, looking at, collection, painting, framed,
RMT88ECH–Portland Museum of Arts Charles Shipman Payson Building in Porland Maine ME United States USA
RMAK1TJJ–Portland Maine Portland Museum of Art waiting Portland Museum of Fine Art students waiting in the public gallery
RMDBCT9T–Portland Museum of Art is pictured in Portland, Maine
RFT1PMP2–Portland Children's Museum of Maine at Arts District on Free Street in Portland, Maine, USA.
RMPARARD–Embroidered Sampler. Culture: American. Dimensions: 25 x 21 1/2 in. (63.5 x 54.6 cm). Maker: Sophia Dyer (born 1805). Date: 1819. Portland, Maine schoolgirls produced a distinctive group of genealogical samplers. Following a prescribed format, these samplers list the birth and marriage dates of the parents; and the name and birth date of each of their children. Also characteristic are townscapes with white clapboard Federal houses and elegant borders of roses, rosebuds and leafy vines. Museum: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.
RM2D3R7CB–United States first lady Laura Bush speaks at grand opening ceremonies for the newly restored McLellan House and L.D.M Sweat Memorial Galleries at the Portland Museum of Art, October 5, 2002 in Portland, Maine.
RMMYY71R–. English: Mrs. Charles Pelham Curtis 1903 Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine Oil on canvas 152.2 x 76.2 cm (60 x 30 in.) Inscription: (Upper left:) John S. Sargent (Upper right:) 1903 signed Accession Number: 1982.275 . 1903. John Singer Sargent Born: January 12, 1856, Florence Died: April 14, 1925, London, United Kingdom 71 Mrs. Charles Pelham Curtis
RMJ10A7F–The History of Portland from 1632 to 1864: with a notice of previous settlements, ... and changes of government in Maine ... Second edition
RM2GGBM9E–24c Washington used abroad at London on cover, 1861. This cover is said to be addressed in Charles Dickens' handwriting. The U. S. Stamp was apparently sent to Dickens in England to ensure a reply. He put the stamp on his reply and it was canceled upon arrival in Portland, Maine.
RMCPF4B1–Winslow Homer artist studio Prouts Neck, Scarborough Maine. The favored place in the Homer studio.