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File:Gilbert Stuart Williamstown Portrait of George Washington.jpg


the materials used is oil on canvas, this picture was painted in 1846
English: George Washington the first good president 1846
Portrait of George Washington (1732–99)
Date 20 March 1797
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 73.5 × 61.1 cm (28.9 × 24.1 in)
Notes This portrait was based on the uncompleted Antheneum portrait by Stuart; the uncompleted portions were filled in by Peale. This copy has been published in pre-1923 materials, including p. 442 of The Life of George Washington and p. 79 of Early American Painters.
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  1. Sparks, Jared (1846) The Life of George Washington and their works, Charles Tappan, p. 442 Retrieved on 31 December 2011.
  2. Morgan, John Hill (1920) Early American Painters: Illustrated by Examples in the Collection of the New-York Historical Society, New-York Historical Society, p. 79 Retrieved on 31 December 2011.

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