Alonzo Chappel

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Alonzo Chappel

Alonzo Chappel (1828–1887) was an American painter, best known for paintings depicting personalities and events from the American Revolution and early 19th-century American history.

Chappel was born in New York City and died in Middle Island, New York.[1]

His 1857 painting Enlisting Foreign Officers is in the collection of the Museum of the American Revolution.[2]

Gallery of Chappel's works


  1. ^ "Alonzo Chappel". Smithsonian Institution. Retrieved 2009-01-22.
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External links

  • 166 works by Alonzo Chappel
  • Alonzo Chappel's work in Spencer’s History of the United States, 1858

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