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Henri De Lattre

 (1801 - 1867)
Henri De Lattre was active/lived in Pennsylvania, Quebec / France.  Henri De Lattre is known for equestrian, horse portrait and genre painting.

Henri De Lattre

A painter who spent most of his career in France, Henri De Lattre had two extended trips to North America, one in the 1830s to Canada where he did a painting of the emigrant quarantine station at Grosse Isle in Quebec, and the other in Philadelphia from 1850 to 1855. 

It is known that he was in the Finger Lakes area, the Genesee Valley and judging by his paintings was in Boston and Portsmouth, Maine.

De Lattre was a portrait and animal painter, and in 1850, did a portrait of Zachary Taylor, then President of the United States.  Another specialty was horse portraits.

Sources include:

Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art

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About  Henri De Lattre

Born:  1801 - St. Omer, France
Died:   1867 - Paris, France
Known for:  equestrian, horse portrait and genre painting