Mr. Palmer & Mr. Twitchell

Unidentified photographer
Date: c. 1900
Photographer: Unidentified photographer
Medium: Gelatin silver photographic print on card
Dimensions: 4 1/2 H x 6 1/2 W (photograph); 8 H x 10 13/16 W (card)
Inscribed in ink on reverse: Mr. Palmer + Mr. Twitchell. Printed on label and glued to reverse: Mr. Palmer died first. Mr. Twitchell lived out on N. Scotland Rd. and had no telephone. Mr. Annesley drove out to break the news to him, but Mr. Twitchell said he already knew it. "He came out 9 this morning - stood by his bedside and said "I- I'm going - I have come to say goodbye to you." A.W. Twitchell, Artist d.1904. The Sculpture: 1817-1904 (with care). In Annesley & Vints Gallery- 57 N. Pearl Street, Almost any morning they could be found here discussing the merits of paintings. Mr. Twitchell's studio was over Annesley's. He was an excellent copyist and did many portraits in that line for Mother - viz. - the Woodbury Langdoris by Copley. (A.P. Pruyn)
Credit: Albany Institute of History & Art Library
Digital Data Number: DI 312
Catalogue Number: Ser 35/20