Young man with close-cropped hair wearing a white shirt with a cravat, a grey waistcoat, and a dark blue jacket. His cheeks are a ruddy red as if the wind has chapped his cheeks. He leans back in a chair with his left arm draped over the back of a wooden chair. He sits behind a table with a green table cloth and a beige leather book on top of the table.

Judge Miller Portrait by William J. Weaver

c. 1818-1820

Oil painting on wooden panel of Judge Elijah Miller as a young man. Painted by William J Weaver (1759-1817), an artist born in London who came into prominence in North America. He is most famous for his painting of Alexander Hamilton which hangs in the United States State Department.