|Collection||Works of Art|
|Credit line||Bequest of Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke Churchman|
Framed, oil on canvas portrait of Winlock Clarke, who was in the Navy during the Revolutinary War. He died on April 6, 1810 when he fell from the Brig Pizarro where it was docked and drowned. The portrait features a three-quarters bust view of a man with dark, wavy hair and brown eyes. The subject wears a naval officer's uniform with epaulets and black bow tie. There is a plaque affixed to front of the frame: "Lieut. Winlock Clarke presented by Elizabeth Clarke Churchman to U.S.D. 1812." There is also a paper label: "July 2, 1918 Portrait of Winlock Clarke, U.S. Navy. From Miss Eliz. C. Churchman."
|Dimensions||H-27.375 W-23.5 D-0.875 inches|
|Dimension Details||framed dimensions|
|Owned||Elizabeth Clarke Churchman|
Lieutenant Winlock Clarke
|Medium||Oil on canvas|