|SERIES XIII. PORTRAITS: MISCELLANEOUS—UNIFORM,
WHITE NECK-BAND AND COLLAR, WITHOUT BOW
Series XIII (Box 10-11) contains portraits displaying various types of heads, after the Scheffer and Gerard types of Series IX and X. Throughout these prints, Lafayette is typically portrayed in military uniform with a white neck-band and collar but without a bow.
|SERIES XIV. PORTRAITS: BRIDI
The portraits of Series XIV (Box 11) are from artists Bridi (?-?) and Henri Joseph de Forestier (1790-1872) and show little influence of Scheffer or Gerard. In all of these prints, Lafayette is shown in military uniform with a high collar.
|SERIES XV. PORTRAITS: MISCELLANEOUS—UNIFORM,
Prints of Series XV (Box 11) are mainly after Scheffer without another
major artist under which to categorize them. Characteristics include
the military uniform with the coat collar in gold embroidery open at top,
a jabot, and an overcoat with a fur collar.
||SERIES XVI. PORTRAITS: MARTINET
Portraits of Series XVI (Box 11-12) include those based on the Achille-Louis Martinet (1806-1877) painting of 1830 as well as other miscellaneous full and half-length portraits of the later period. Most of these portraits display Lafayette in uniform.
|SERIES XVII. PORTRAITS: MISCELLANEOUS: 1800-1834
Prints in Series XVII (Box 12) are portraits which cannot be classed with those of Series VIII to XVI. They are grouped as miscellaneous portraits from 1800-1834 and are unique in either face or presentation.
|SERIES XVIII. PORTRAITS: EQUESTRIAN
Series XVIII (Box 12) is the last of the portrait groupings, containing only equestrian prints. These prints vary greatly in presentation and are associated together mainly because Lafayette is mounted on a horse.
BACK | TO SERIES XIX.-XXIV.