John Lindsay Morehead
John Lindsay Morehead was the first of Gov. Morehead’s sons to be painted. His portrait is adjacent to his first wife’s portrait at Blandwood. The portrait is austere, with the exception of his grand beard and the timing in which Browne completed this work. The artist painted John Lindsay in 1868, one year before Leticia, Emma, and Julius’ portraits were finished and just one year after his first wife’s death. The simplicity of this portrait may be in part due to reflect his status as a widower.