1683, Mar 91732 ca
a Colonial American painter. He is believed to be the same artist as those identified as the Schuyler Limner and the Aetatis Suae Limner, though this identification has been called into question by some historians. Sometime around 1718 Partridge was introduced into the society of Albany, New York, which had not yet been visited by any painters, and close to fifty portraits of local notables have been attributed to him. How he came to know his patrons is unknown, but it may have been through Boston merchant Jacob Wendell, whose relative Evert was among the more important citizens of the city.
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