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Photograph of Henry Ossawa Tanner with palette and his painting Judas on an easel, 192- / L. Matthes, photographer. Henry Ossawa Tanner papers, 1860s-1978, bulk 1890-193 (Image courtesy the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, www.aaa.si.edu)


In "Henry Tanner's Judas: The Lost Disciple," an essay recently published in “The Primary Source,” the blog of the Archives of American Art, Ph.D. Candidate Jeffrey Richmond-Moll shares a discovery made from a photograph printed in reverse. As Richmond-Moll writes, the photograph (now in the Tanner papers at the Archives) sheds new light on two Tanner paintings—one thought lost, the other little-understood—and on Tanner's expatriate identity.

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Ph.D. candidate Jeffrey Richmond-Moll recently shared his research in a blog post for the Archives of American Art.

Ph.D. candidate Jeffrey Richmond-Moll recently shared his research in a blog post for the Archives of American Art.

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