Henri De Lattre

(French/American, 1801-1867)

This little-known Frenchman made several trips to the United States where he painted portraits of noted Thoroughbreds of the day, including the great Boston. He was a friend of the French-speaking Edward Troye, who offered him hospitality and helped him gain commissions. In 1850 DeLattre is known to have done a portrait of the sitting President Zachary Taylor.


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