Amzi Emmons Zeliff, Late 19th Century
17"x25" Medium Black Frame
Paper + Acrylic
Little about Zeliff's life is recorded; most of what is known comes from recollections of family members. He was a native of Morris County, New Jersey, the son of Daniel P. and Maria Van Houton Zeliff, and was descended from early Dutch settlers of the state and of Staten Island. He married Cornelia Harris, and may have lived in Essex County for a time. Zeliff was the owner of the White Horse Tavern in Lincoln Park, and lived in the same town, in a house which is said to have had ceiling murals in a floral pattern which he created himself. Only one painting by his hand is identified; this is The Barnyard.
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