Image Resources | Not Currently on View
In this portrait Eaton's brushstrokes appear loose, but the drawing of the sitter's facial features remains firm and solid.
Eaton spent only a short time in Indianapolis, during which he studied under Jacob Cox. He eventually settled in New York.
The artist developed a reputation as a skillful painter of women's portraits.
Miss Violet G. Williams of Cincinnati 1934; Edward H. Dwight of Cincinnati; Indianapolis Museum of Art