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Probably New York mahogany, white pine, yellow poplar, other inlays
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This portrait was painted at Livingston Manor in 1764.
Robert was the eldest son of Philip Livingston, the second lord of Livingston Manor, and Catharine (Van Brugh) Livingston; he succeeded his father as third lord of the manor. He was a member of the assembly for the manor from 1737 to 1758.
Gift of Goodhue Livingston
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