|Name||Ogden, H. A.|
|Other names||Henry A. Ogden|
|Notes||Worked as an artist for Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper (1873-1881); also known for his scenes of American history and extensive illustrations of American military uniforms.|
"A Colonial Courtship," 1899, color lithograph after an original painting by H. A. Ogden. American Revolutionary War (1775 - 1783) period scene of a couple strolling along a garden path. The man wears a "red-coat" uniform, and the woman wears a day dress with yellow and white stripes and a straw bonnet with blue ribbon. There is a gray mansion in the background. Signed in plate, bottom left: H. A. Ogden Printed in Paris--Copyright 1899 by Jean Boussod, Manzi, Joyant & Co.
"Friends and Enemies," 1899, color lithograph after a painting by H. A. Odgen. American Revolutionary War period (1775 - 1783) scene of a Quaker couple strolling along a street in Philadelphia (?). The woman wears a gray costume and deep brimmed bonnet, and the man wears a gray suit and gray wide-brimmed hat. Three "red-coat" officers are to the left. One tips his hat to the woman, but she looks ahead without acknowledging him. Signed in plate, bottom right: H. A. Ogden Printed in Paris--Copyright 1899 by Jean Boussod, Manzi, Joyant & Co.