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Revolutionary War Brigadier General Enoch Poor Portrait
1778-Dated (appears more modern), Pen & Ink Portrait Drawing of Revolutionary War Continental Army Brigadier General Enoch Poor, After the Portrait by General Tadeusz Kosciuszko, Choice Extremely Fine.
Exceptional quality original Artwork, Pen and Ink Portrait of Continental Army Brigadier General Enoch Poor, facing right, text below dated 1778, no artist signature, beautifully executed in brown tones within a surrounding fine black outer border. This drawing is a after a portrait done of Poor by another Revolutionary War General, Tadeusz Kosciuszko. Below the image is written: "Brig. Gen. Enoch Poor. - Continental Army 1778". The Portrait measures 4" x 5.5" (by sight) and is housed in decorative modern wooden frame with gold leaf detail to an overall size of 7.75" x 9.25" not examined out of its frame. A lovely rare portrait of this Revolutionary War American hero, framed and ready for display.

The Continental Congress appointed Enoch Poor as Brigadier General on Feb. 21, 1777. Some sources say Poor was shot in a duel near Hackensack, New Jersey, on September 6, 1780 and died two days later from his wound, although the Army surgeon reported that Poor died from typhus. Poor was buried in the First Reformed Dutch Church Cemetery in Hackensack. Both George Washington and Lafayette attended his funeral. When Washington wrote to inform Congress of General Poor's death, he noted that "He was an officer of distinguished merit, one who as a citizen and soldier had every claim to the esteem and regard of his country."

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