|George Washington Lansdowne Portrait, 1796, Gilbert Stuart.|
The White House version has a spelling error on one of the books.
|George Washington, The Athenaeum |
Portrait, 1796, Gilbert Stuart,
National Portrait Gallery
|Two of the many Gilbert Stuart copies of the Athenaeum portrait, the one |
on the right having been finished shortly before Stuart's death in 1828.
|George Washington, |
1799, Rembrandt Peale
|George Washington Taking the|
Salute at Trenton, 1856, John Faed
|George Washington and family, 1789-96, Edward Savage|
|My version of Gilbert Stuart's unfinished portraits of Martha and George.|
|Washington by Jean |
|Babailov's portrait is based on a life mask of Washington's face and careful reference to the standing sculptural figure of Washington made during the presidents lifetime by the French Sculptor, Jean Antoine Houdon, located in Richmond, Virginia.|
|Friberg's Washington has become an iconic image in little more than forty years.|
|George and Martha Washington both graced the back |
(bottom half) of this very early dollar bill (silver certificate).
It's probably worth a bit more than a dollar now.