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The Red Tam (Portrait of Adeline Michael)

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The Red Tam (Portrait of Adeline Michael)

Artwork Details

Artist/Maker

Hale Woodruff
American, 1900–1980

Date

ca. 1935

Medium

Oil on canvas

Accession #

2006.117

Dimensions

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Location

Currently Not on View

Description

The subject of this charming portrait was recently identified as Adeline Michael, a student of Woodruff’s at Spelman College. The painting had been in the collection of historian Horace Mann Bond, who served as president of Fort Valley State University in central Georgia where the painting’s subject, Ms. Michael, taught. The families were friends, and this painting later came to the High Museum through the Bond family.

Credit

Purchase with American Art Acquisition Fund and funds from Veronica and Franklin Biggins

Image Copyright

© Estate of Hale Woodruff/VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York