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Paintings<br>Archives<br>A Preeminent Salem Gentleman
Born in 1873, William Rufus Gray was the son of the Hon. William Gray, a Revolutionary War veteran, millionaire, and owner of a vast fleet of merchant vessels. His son, pictured here, graduated from Harvard in 1800, was also a merchant, and died in 1831.
This is an unsigned oil on board with Salem Harbor in the background, set in a period gold frame measuring 12 3/4 by 15 overall.
Three-quarter portraits are uncommon.
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Paintings<br>Archives<br>A Preeminent Salem Gentleman
Paintings<br>Archives<br>A Preeminent Salem Gentleman
Paintings<br>Archives<br>A Preeminent Salem Gentleman
Paintings<br>Archives<br>A Preeminent Salem Gentleman

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