|Artist||Clorivière, Joseph-Pierre Picot de Limoelan de|
|Dimensions||2 1/2 x 2 1/8 inches|
|Signature||P. de Cloriviere. 1807.|
|Signature Location||center right|
|Credit line||Gift of Mrs. Ridgely Hunt|
|Exhibition Status||Currently on view|
Joyner emigrated in the early 1800s from Bristol, England and settled in Beaufort. With its careful delineation of hair and clothing, Joyners portrait is typical of Cloriviere's work. Usually the artist posed his sitters frontally, as here, suggesting his reluctance to accept the challenges of foreshortening and shadowing.
This text is adapted from Martha Severens "The Miniature Portrait Collection of the Carolina Art Association" published by the Carolina Art Association, 1984