SOLD! for $696.00.
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Large Union Civil War portrait, oil on canvas, depicting a Union soldier in the foreground in blue uniform with white belt buckle reading "EMPIRE" (the Empire belt buckle possibly denoting a Union Zouave regiment.) Soldier is standing and holding his rifle with a war encampment in the background. Signed and dated lower left, "A. Cable, 1902". Housed in an elaborate carved gilt roccoco frame. Sight – 39 1/4" H x 29" W. Framed – 53" H x 43 1/2" W. Private Knoxville, Tennessee collection. Condition: Minor tears near elbow on right side, near left fold crease and above signature, cracquelure of paint above left shoulder. Four slight fold creases. Minor losses of paint and wear to frame.