A Jewish family in early New York March 7, 2020 Tags:american art, Art history, colonial america, jewish, limner, new york, slavery, smarthistory Related Posts 11. RNA Secondary Structure; Biological Functions and Predictions MOOC on Classical papers in genetics and molecular biology When Will We Run Out Of Names? About The Author John Henderson 4 Comments Robert Schlesinger Interesting and worthwhile video. During the Revolutionary War and during the early years of the Republic, there was a selected group of distinguished citizens that were signers of the printed currency, which typically required two signatures. There were at least two Jews that were in this select group, and one was surnamed Levy. The currency bearing his signature are considered scarce. March 4, 2020 Reply Supreme Reader Please don’t become “social justice art.” This is not good art. 😟 March 4, 2020 Reply C Thanks Smarthistory for showing me some insight into a cultural area of US history I knew nothing about. You guys are great. March 4, 2020 Reply alertonoff 4 what I find particularly interesting is .. now what's the word erm .. the slight 'primitivism or outsiderartishness' in the style .. which lends an unique and considerable charm quite absent from the more 'sophisticated' English portraitists of the period. March 4, 2020 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.