George and Martha Washington, Portraits from the Presidential Years

George and Martha Washington, Portraits from the Presidential Years George and Martha Washington sat for almost two dozen portraits in the eight years between 1789 and 1797. This site, the online version of a 1999 exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery, shows each painting. Clicking on the
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George and Martha Washington, Portraits from the Presidential Years


George and Martha Washington sat for almost two dozen portraits in the eight years between 1789 and 1797. This site, the online version of a 1999 exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery, shows each painting. Clicking on the thumbnail brings up an enlarged image and expanded text for each.

National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

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