Jean Paul Selinger
Portrait painting of Lucius Tuttle, Commissioner of the Trunk Line Association formed in 1885 to regulate the transcontinental business of railroads, and later President of the Boston and Maine Railroad.
Signed upper right "Jean Paul Selinger", annotated in pencil on stretcher "Portrait of Lucius Tuttle painted in March 1905 by Jean Paul Selinger Studio 711 Boylston St., Boston, Mass."
From a Johnston, Rhode Island gentleman.
Canvas 46" x 36",Frame 50 3/4" x 41"
Overall good condition.
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