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Brundage, Francis (daughter)
Rembrandt Lockwood was a painter known for his "Last Judgment," a huge canvas which he began in Munich and finished in Newark. Redemptorist missionaries met him Newburgh, New York, during an 1856 mission, and noted that he was a convert.
Paulist Mission Chronicles: "There were several conversions of Protestants. We met here a very interesting convert to the faith, Mr. Lockwood, who painted the celebrated picture of the 'Last Judgment.'" (1:90)
Paulist Mission Chronicles, 5 mss. volumes, Office for History and Archives, North American Paulist Center, Washington, DC
“Rembrandt Lockwood,” The American Converts Database, accessed July 20, 2018, http://americanconverts.org/items/show/772.
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