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Object Name Portrait
Title Albert B. (Boult) Fall
Catalog Number 1949.56
Creator Wood, Thomas Waterman
Date 1862
Material(s) Oil on canvas
Dimensions H-44.25 W-39.25 D-3 inches
Description This bust portrait is of Albert Boult Fall. The subject is depicted with brown hair, blue eyes wearing a black suit, white shirt, and black tie with purple stripe. The background has shades of gray. It is signed right center, "T.W.Wood/1862." This portrait is in a gilding rectangular frame with an oval window.
Notes Albert Boult Fall was an officer in Morton's Company, Tennessee Light Artillery, CSA. He was killed in action at Fort Donelson. Albert Fall was the son of Reverend Philip Slater Fall. Reverend Fall was the co-founder of the First Christian Church in Frankfort, Kentucky.

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The artist, Wood, was born in 1823 and died in 1903.
Collection Mrs. Jouett Taylor Cannon Collection
People Wood, Thomas Waterman
Subjects Portraits
Portrait paintings
Search Terms Portrait
Portrait Paintings
Confederate Army
Confederate soldiers
Physical Holder Kentucky Historical Society - KHS