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Details of artist on Google Art Project
This is a copy of Stuart's Lansdowne portrait of George Washington, hanging in the White House. It can be identified as a copy by the intentionally misspelled "United States" on the book in the lower left. The original is on display in the US National Portrait Gallery.
|Medium||oil on canvas|
|Dimensions||Height: 241.3 cm (95 in). Width: 151.9 cm (59.8 in).|
|Object history||Probably commissioned by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney for the official American residence, Paris, 1796 (paid for in 1797, but never received); possibly Gardiner Baker, New York, by February 1798; Thomas Long|
|References||White House Historical Association|
|Source/Photographer||kQERa87syyG-sQ at Google Cultural Institute, zoom level Cropped from highest|
|Other versions||See Category:Lansdowne portrait of George Washington|
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