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Clarence C. Williams

Clarence C. Williams

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Description
Oil on illustration board. Portrait of two star General Clarence C. Williams. Army Service Ribbons for Decorations and Medals: Distinguished Service Medal, Unknown Ribbon (solid red with rosette and gold star, possibly Légion d'honneur), Unknown Ribbon (bands of green, red, white, and blue, possibly American Campaign), Sampson Medal, Unknown Ribbon (yellow with two equally spaced green bands), and Atlantic ribbon. Williams wears officer and Ordnance Department insginia pins on his collar and a Sam Browne belt. He is clean shaven and has dark brown hair. Williams' signature in pencil is in the bottom left hand corner of the portrait. Catalogue card reads: Maj. Gen. Clarence C. Williams Printed in France by Jos. C. Chase. Presented in 1922-31.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
Painting
associated date
1917 - 1918
associated person
Chase, Joseph Cummings
Chase, Joseph Cummings
artist
Chase, Joseph Cummings
Physical Description
oil (overall production method/technique)
illustration board (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 24 1/2 in x 18 1/2 in; 62.23 cm x 46.99 cm
ID Number
AF.37727
catalog number
37727
accession number
117218
Credit Line
Committee to Acquire for the Nation the Chase Collection of A. E. F. Portraits
World War I
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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