Painted portrait of Charles Todd Quintard as a young priest

Item

Legacies Classification
Memorial Artwork
Memorial Type
Visual Work of Art
Memorial Context
Memorialized Subject
Title
Painted portrait of Charles Todd Quintard as a young priest
Background and Context
This portrait of the young Charles Todd Quintard as a priest in the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee is among the historical portraits of university founders and scenes hanging in the Executive Offices of the University of the South in Walsh Ellett Hall. Quintard was a slave-owner, and he served as chaplain to the First Tennessee Regiment in the Confederate Army. He was the second Episcopal Bishop of Tennessee, and from 1867-1872 he served as the first vice-chancellor.
Physical Description
Oil on canvas. Framed size: 56" x 46".
Creator/Participating Person(s)
Date created, installed or dedicated
1859
Location: Institution, City, State

Position: 319 (8 views)