|Title||Governor James Black|
|Creator||Grove, Thomas E.|
|Material(s)||Oil on canvas|
|Dimensions||H-36 W-29 inches|
|Description||This three-quarter portrait of Governor James Black depicts a seated man with dark eyes, dark hair parted in the middle and a thick brown mustache. He is wearing a dark jacket and vest with a white shirt with a stand-up collar and a black tie. His left hand is resting on the arm of the chair while his right hand is lying in his lap. There is a gold watch chain visible on the subject's left side.|
|Notes||Black was governor of Kentucky from May 19, 1919 to December 9, 1919. Black took office after Governor Stanley took a vacant seat in the U.S. Senate.|
|Collection||James Black Collection|
Grove, Thomas E.
Black, James D.
|Physical Holder||Kentucky Historical Society - KHS|