Lieutenant Colonel George Armistead
Three-quarter length portrait of Lieutenant Colonel George Armistead (1780-1818), who was the Commander of Fort McHenry in 1814. He leans against a cannon with his left elbow propping him up. He has gray curly hair and looks off to the side. He wears a War of 1812 military uniform consisting of dark blue coat with gold buttons and epaulettes and a red sash tied around waist over white shirt and black stock. A cloudy sky is seen in the background.