LATE NINTEENTH CENTURY OIL ON CANVAS PORTRAIT OF GENERAL U. S. GRANT

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Item Code: 30-1989

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Framed bust portrait of U. S. Grant in the uniform of a Lieutenant General. Framed the item measures approx. 22.75 x 27.00 inches.

Portrait is signed “H. A. WORTH ’97.” Signature and date is faint and is located just below the lapel of the General’s coat in the lower right hand area of the painting.

Colors are strong and the canvas surface appears to be very clean. Details are good and the General’s features are well captured.

Wood frame is painted gold but does have some minor blemishes. Reverse has iron stretchers in each corner that are dated “1885.”

Insured UPS shipping: $35.00 east of the Mississippi; $50.00 west of the Mississippi.

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