National Geographic : 1962 Sep
- LL iIVUn Ur LUobAfWILLIAM AND BERNICE CHRYSLER GARBISCH © NATIONAL GEOGRAPHICSOCIETY Portrait of a grim warrior "J HEREVER the British settle..." a VVhistorian once observed, "they will ever carry trial by jury, horse-racing and portrait-painting." Winthrop Chandler shows his brother, 366 Capt. Samuel Chandler, around the year 1780, wearing the uniform in which he fought for the cause of liberty. Scene behind him depicts a Revolutionary War action in which the captain undoubtedly took part. When not in uniform, he was a tavern keeper near Woodstock, Connecticut. His brother painted houses and sometimes portraits. Although gifted, he found limited scope for his talent.