File:Tennessee Gentleman portrait of Andrew Jackson by Ralph E. W. Earl.jpg
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|DescriptionTennessee Gentleman portrait of Andrew Jackson by Ralph E. W. Earl.jpg||
English: "Tennessee Gentleman," portrait of an elderly Andrew Jackson, by the painter Ralph E. W. Earl, oil on canvas, 1828-1833. 30 in. x 20 in. Portrait is in the collection of The Hermitage, Nashville, Tennessee. Image courtesy of the Tennessee Portrait Project.
|Source||Tennessee Portrait Project|
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|File change date and time||13:02, 17 August 2011|
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