(1880 - 1943)
Worden G. Wood was active/lived in United States. Worden Wood is known for marine illustrator and painter.
Biography Worden Wood
Worden G. Wood (1880-1943)
He was an American marine painter and illustrator who was born in Brooklyn, and attended school at Trinity School and Columbia University. At the outbreak of the Spanish-American War, he joined the US Naval Reserve and served aboard the Yankee clipper. Subsequently, he also served under General John J. Pershing in the expedition against Pancho Villa.
In April 1917, he was assigned to the US Navy, and appears to have worked with the US Shipping Board (Emergency Fleet Corporation) in the development of camouflage for American merchant ships. On July 31, 1918, he was assigned to the camouflage branch of the Delaware River District in Philadelphia, but (for unknown reasons) was reassig
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