I'm currently reading James Alexander Thom's novel about the Clark family of Virginia "From Sea to Shining Sea." The Clarks had 10 children and two of which became extremely famous: George Rogers Clark, the Revolutionary War hero, and William Clark of "Lewis and Clark" fame.
So, I'm playing one of the Revolutionary War scenarios in WIA and up pops George Rogers Clark's leader portrait. Yet, it's not George Rogers Clark as he looked in the 1770s- a young man in his 20's with a shock of bright red hair, but the rather sad image of a very aged Clark that was taken from a portrait completed after his 1818 death.
He was just 25 years old when he led his campaign into the British controlled Illinois country. By all accounts, he was a vibrant and energetic commander with a sense of humor. The portrait the game uses shows him as bald, gray-haired, and looking very much like the embittered alcoholic he became later in life. Unfortunately, there are no contemporary portraits of Clark as a young man. However, there are some modern reconstructions of what he probably looked like when he conquered Vincennes which could have been a better basis for his WIA portrait.
I know it's a quibble of no real importance, but I just felt like ranting a bit.