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Thomas Leitch

 (mid 18th century)
Thomas Leitch was active/lived in New York, South Carolina.  Thomas Leitch is known for marine-harbors, town views.

Thomas Leitch

An 18th-Century artist who painted the port of Charleston described as "one of the most remarkable early landscapes produced in the South", Thomas Leitch lived primarily in New York City.  He visited Charleston in 1774.  After completing the painting, View of Charles-Town, he advertised engravings from it and described the copies of his 'Portrait of the Town' as being so exact that "every House in View will be distinctly shown."

Leitch's Charleston painting had symbolism in that the sailing ship was English and symbolized the trade during the Revolution between England and the south's most prosperous town at that time.  Three diminished African-American figures are standing along the shore and are s  ...  Displaying 750 of 992 characters.

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