William T. Trego: Catalogue Raisonne

The Mud March, 1901

Vital Statistics

Pen and Ink drawing on paper (presumed), Dimensions of original unknown
Unsigned
Location of original unknown. It is presumed lost.

Commentary

Published in Charles A. Cuffel’s History of Durell’s Battery in the Civil War (Philadelphia: Craig Finley and Co., 1903), opposite p. 113. This commission came to Trego as a product of his fame after painting The Rescue of the Colors in 1899. Charles Cuffel, the battery historian, lived in Doylestown. He wrote in the preface to the book: “The committee was fortunate in securing the excellent illustrations drawn Mr. William T. Trego, the well known painter of military subjects.”



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