Winder, Levin (1757-1819). After the portrait by James (?) Sharples (c. 1751-1811). Signed, lower left: Florence MacKubin/copy

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Winder, Levin (1757-1819).  After the portrait by James (?) Sharples (c. 1751-1811).  Signed, lower left: Florence MacKubin/copy

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Title:  

Winder, Levin (1757-1819). After the portrait by James (?) Sharples (c. 1751-1811). Signed, lower left: Florence MacKubin/copy
Date:
n. d.
Creator:
MacKubin, Florence (1861-1918)

Content Description: 

Levin Winder (1757-1819) was the fourteenth governor of Maryland, He severed from 1812-1816. Winder was governor during the War of 1812 and is the only governor to be in office during the military invasion and occupation of the State by a foreign power

Physical Description: 

oil on canvas H 40 3/4 x W 35 7/8 x D 2 5/8 (framed) H 30 1/8 x W 25 1/16 (canvas sight)

Location:
100 State Circle,Maryland,Annapolis,21401
Identifier:
MSA SC 1545-1-1043

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