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Jenkins, J. Stricker

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role Collector
dates 1831-1878
city Baltimore
sex M
historical notes Col. J Stricker Jenkins was a collector, coffee importer and early client of George Lucas.

According to The New York Times (5/4/1876),the Jenkins' collection sold at auction in the Clinton Hall Salesrooms, 1876 (fetching $60,025.00).

The collection included work by Bourguereau, Couturier, Caile, Bachereau, Billotte, G Armfield, James Hart, Boughton, Hy Jutsum, Bosch, Kensett, Baumgarner, D Col, S R Gifford, Weisz, Grandchamp, Piassau, W T Richards, Jordan, Huntington, Schreyer, Chavet, G Baker, Brillouin, Peralia, Girard, Perault, Vibert, Pecrus, Piasson Baugnict, F E Church, J C Meissonier, Félix Zeim, Gunther and others.
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Catalogue of valuable paintings, the private collection of Mr. J. Stricker Jenkins of Baltimore, MD., comprising choice examples of American and foreign art see details...