|Abraham Lincoln, 1869, George Peter Alexander Healy,
Official White House portrait now hanging in the State Dining Room.
|Abraham Lincoln, 1869,
|Lincoln presents the first draft of the Emancipation Proclamation to his cabinet,
1864, Francis Bicknell Carpenter.
|Abe and Mary Todd Lincoln, Edward Percy Moran.
(One of the few painted images, though not a portrait, of the president's wife.)
|Rockwell presents a multi-dimensional American legend.
|Artists today see to it that the Lincoln legend continues to broaden and diversify.
|The sculptural seated image of Lincoln is instantly recognizable. The standing figure, also by French, is of plaster, intended to be cast in bronze to commemorate Lincoln's Gettysburg address.
|Lincoln Family as encountered in at Springfield's Lincoln Museum.
John Wilkes Booth lingers in the background.
|Though there are no painted portraits of Mary Todd Lincoln,
Sally Field and producer Steven Spielberg, in the movie, Lincoln,
paint a vivid cinematic portrait of this tragic First Lady's
days in the White House.