|Scope & Content||
Painting: "Confederate Veterans in front of the White House of the Confederacy, Reunion 1922"
Ink and watercolor on paper.
Watercolor picture of a four groupings of men on a lawn; all wearing dark pants and coat and yellowish slouch hats and carrying canes. The main group is in the center, composed of five men; four are seated with their backs to the viewer and one is kneeling. Two men are standing and in a conversation behind and to the left of the main group. In the upper right corner are three men; two seated with faces towards the viewer and another man standing to the right facing the two men. This group is flanked by two trees. A single man is walking to the immediate left of the left-most tree. In front are two men in chairs with the backs to the viewer, appearing to be engaged in conversation. In the foreground, right corner is a man facing the viewer with his left hand held at his chest. The artist's signature extends across his legs. The background is a building with a central portico with Ionic columns and two windows on each side of the porch. The tree appear to have only a few leaves indicating it is either spring or autumn. The painting extends to edges of the paper.
An old Musuem label of "46" is affixed to the lower lefft corner.
Confederate Executive Mansion
Museum of the Confederacy
White House of the Confederacy