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The dark tonalities and unadorned background are typical of nineteenth century portraiture.
The delicate lace neckline fastened with a cameo pin and the tiny drop earring soften the dark tonality of this portrait.
The Sewells were residents of Covington, Indiana.
The artist to the Sewells; Mrs. William Wallace Luke (wife of Eusebia's youngest sibling); Mrs. Donald Ferguson ( grand-daughter of William Wallace Luke); Gift of Ms Mariam L. Luke of Covington, Indiana (second grand-daughter of William Wallace Luke)