Henry A Ogden Uniforms of Officers, Cavalry & Artillery, USMA Cadets c. 1900

Catalog Number 35983
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Artist Biography

Henry A Ogden [1856 - 1936] was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a pupil of The National Academy of Design; Art Students' League of New York. Ogden became a member of the Society of Illustrators in 1911. His publications were Collection of Uniforms of the United States Army from 1776 to 1906 in two volumes. He also was the author and illustrator of The Boy's Book of Famous Regiments.


Circa 1900


Collection of Uniforms of the United States Army from 1776 to 1906. Issued originally by authorization of the Secretary of War



Plate Number



1888 Uniforms of Officers, Cavalry and Artillery, USMA Cadets [Full Dress]

Print Method

Chromolithograph on heavy stock

Size of Print

455 x 340 mm. (Approximately 17.9 x 13.4 inches)

Size of Leaf

455 x 340 mm. (Approximately 17.9 x 13.4 inches)


Fielding, Mantle: Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers pg. 263; E. Benezit: Dictionnaire Des Peintres Sculpteurs Dessinateurs et Graveurs Vol. 7 pg. 789; Flick, Hugh M., "The Harry A. Ogden Collection," The New York Historical Society Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. XXI, January 1937, No. 1, pp. 3-11.; Grace, George C., "Henry Alexander Ogden: Painter of America's Army Uniforms," Military Collector and Historian, Vol. 1, April 1949, pp. 4-5. ; Harrington, Peter, "Henry Alexander Ogden," Military Illustrated, No. 72, May 1994, pp.34-35.


Overall Excellent

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