|Title||Reverend George Ross|
|Collection||Works of Art|
|Credit line||Gift of Colonel George Ross Rede|
|Year Range from||1880|
|Year Range to||1920|
Portrait of Reverend George Ross (1679 -1753): Three-quarters view of a seated man wearing a minister's black gown and white wig. His right hand rests on a Bible and his left on the edge of the chair. The background contains a red drapery that has been pulled to the right. This portrait is a copy after an original attributed to John Hesselius.
|Dimensions||W-41 L-45 inches|
|Dimension Details||framed dimensions|
|Owned||Colonel George Ross Rede|
|Provenance||Gift of Colonel George Ross Rede of Schenectady, New York, a descendant of George Read I.|
Hammitt, Clawson S.
Read, Colonel George Ross
Reverend George Ross
|Place of Origin||Wilmington?|
|Medium||Oil on canvas|