Charles Edward Proctor (1866 – 1950) 20 Monday Aug 2012 Posted by M.R.N. in PROCTOR Charles E. ≈ 4 Comments TagsCharles Edward Proctor Portrait Of A Lady As Diana The Gentleman Caller Snowy River Landscape Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestTumblrEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Two out of three keepers here. “Diana,” because I like her expression and moon tiara, and “The Gentleman Caller” which I have taken upon myself to subtitle “Diffident, Demure, and Disapproving” (from left to right).
I think you’re right, Bruce. Should be virtually the embarrassing scene in which a lover comes to the home of his beloved, where he will subjected to the approval of the girl’s father, rather severe. To me this suggests the scene.
John Riemer said:
Charles E Proctor was a close friend of my Greatgrand parents,John and Eloise Adams who named their son Charles Proctor Adams.The artist painted portraits of them and a landscape
Michael A. Reed said:
Would love to see portrait of Mt. Vernon Adams family. Aunt Nell was my G Grandfather Alberts oldest sister. Have been in the Mt. Vernon home on Overlook St.