|Title||Governor Isaac Shelby|
|Creator||Nock, Edward C.|
|Material(s)||Oil on canvas;|
|Dimensions||H-102 W-70.5 inches|
|Description||This full-length portrait of Governor Isaac Shelby shows him with gray hair, his right hand holding a brown cane and his left hand in his trouser pocket. He is wearing a dark blue-gray suit with gold buttons, a yellow vest, a white shirt, stock and jabot. A gray-green column is in the center of the painting with a large red, white, and blue flag on the right. There is a dark gray cannon in the lower right. The landscape to the left is in blues, grays, and pinks with tan masonry in the foreground.|
|Notes||The file indicates that the state paid the artist $400 on March 4, 1850 to paint the portrait. The file shows the painting may have been copied from the full length painting of the governor by Matthew Jouett in 1819 for Delaplaine's Gallery.|
|Collection||State Board of Control Collection|
Knock, Edward C.
Nock, Edward C.
|Physical Holder||Kentucky Historical Society - KHS|