Artwork:Columbus' Last Appeal to Queen Isabella
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Larkin Goldsmith Mead (1835–1910)
Columbus’ Last Appeal to Queen Isabella
1868 until 1874
California State Capitol Museum
California State Capitol rotunda
1868: commissioned by LeGrand Lockwood (1820–1872), Lockwood-Mathews Mansion, Norwalk, Connecticut
24 February 1872: inherited by Mrs. LeGrand Lockwood, Lockwood-Mathews Mansion, Norwalk, Connecticut from LeGrand Lockwood
purchased by Darius Ogden Mills (1825–1910), Sacramento, California from Mrs. LeGrand Lockwood, Lockwood-Mathews Mansion, Norwalk, Connecticut 17 December 1883: given to State of California by Darius Ogden Mills (1825–1910), Sacramento, California
"I will assume the undertaking," she said, "for my own crown of Castille, and am ready to pawn my jewels to defray the expenses of it, if the funds in the treasury shall be found inadequate."
. California State Capitol Museum. Retrieved on Columbus’ Last Appeal to Queen Isabella: A Gift of Generosity and Controversy 2012-07-06.
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