About this time Duveneck's one-man show was held in Boston and was greatly admired by Miss Boott; so much so that she induced her father to purchase the portrait of Mr. Adams, which is now in the Cincinnati Museum.
|"Portrait of William Adams" 1874|
|A copy of Elizabeth's funerary effigy created by |
Frank and Clement Barnhorn, and his final portrait of her
at the Cincinnati Art Museum...so sad~
Mrs. Duveneck possessed great talent. Her watercolors and canvases, among them powerful studies of figures and landscapes, but chiefly of still life, place her without effort among artists of achievement.
|"Apple Tree Branches," 1883 by Elizabeth Boott Duveneck|
at the Cincinnati Art Museum
* from Norbert Hermann's book, "Frank Duveneck." The full text is available free online: http://archive.org/stream/frankduveneck00heeruoft/frankduveneck00heeruoft_djvu.txt