|Lithograph copyrighted in 1883 from the J.J.E. Mayall photograph (the "Bright-Motley" pose) of Hawthorne done on May 19, 1860 in London|
According to Rita Gollin in Portraits of Nathaniel Hawthorne, the lithograph was signed "J.E. Baker" whom Gollin believes was "the Boston-born Joseph E. Baker, a fellow-apprentice of Winslow Homer" (57). Gollin explains that "[m]any prints have survived, some with the addition of chcalk highlights that convey the impression that they are 'originals'" (57).
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