Kennedy's Collection includes not only pictures of places, but pictures of people as well. Many of these pieces do not depict a specific person, but rather seem to be an indication of Kennedy's interest in drawing the human body. Below is a list of pieces of Kennedy's collection depicting the human form.

 

K : 8 - 15.1 Pencil sketch; 11.2 x 18.1 cm Sculpted figure. February 27, 1875.
K : 8 - 206 Pencil sketch; 23 x 19.4 cm Pensive Indian
K : 1 - 10.4a Silhouettes of Thomas Say and Benjamin Say; Engraving of Thomas Say by Hoppner Meyer, from a painting by J. Wood.  
K : 7 - 18 Pencil sketches; 15.4 x 15.1 cm Studies of the human figure, 1873.
K : 7 - 36 Pen and Ink; 14 x 21.7 cm Studies of trees, human figures. 1869.
K : 8 - 151 Pencil sketch (tracing); 9.9 x 17.1 cm Group of Union soldiers surrounding a female figure.
K : 8 - 154 Pencil sketch (tracing); 17 x 12.2 cm Masked and heavily cloaked figure of a woman, 1865.
K : 10 - 25 Watercolor; 15 x 11.6 cm Three ladies by J. E. Kennedy.
K : 10 - 33 Pencil sketch; 15.2 x 8.5 cm Woman sitting in a church pew, May 19, 1861.
K : 11 - 24 Watercolor; 15.6 x 10.9 cm No title [an Indian sitting]. February 21, 1853.
K : 11 - 25 Watercolor; 15.7 x 10.9 cm No title [a girl on the beach, playing a banjo].
K : 11 - 26 Photograph of a silhouette; 7 x 5.2 cm Ann Parrish.
K : 11 - 27 Watercolor; 11.1 x 8 cm A Bavarian Girl by Herman J. Schwarzman, architect.
K : VII - 22 Pencil & ink sketches; 7.3 x 32 cm Human figures sketched, 1877.

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