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George Washington Images

Young Man Washington

Charles Wilson Peale's 1772 portrait of Washington as a young colonel with the Virginia militia

Young Woman Martha

A reconstruction by forensic anthropologists of what Martha probably looked like in her 20s, based on later portraits

Martha's Slippers

Martha Washington's famous, stylish, and oh-so-pricey wedding slippers

Crossing the Delaware

Emanuel Leutze's iconic 1851 depiction of Washington crossing the ice-choked Delaware

Life Bust

Renowned French sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon's 1785 life bust of Washington, widely considered the most accurate likeness

Resigning His Commission

John Trumbull's 1817 depiction of Washington resigning his commission at the end of the Revolutionary War

President Washington

One of Gilbert Stuart's many portraits of Washington as president, from 1795

President Washington, bis

Charles Wilson Peale's last portrait of the president from life, from 1795

The Lansdowne Portrait

Gilbert Stuart's monumental, symbol-rich 1796 portrait

Patriae Pater

Rembrandt Peale's 1853 portrayal of a heroic Washington, "father of his country"

Patriae Mater

Rembrandt Peale's companion portrait of Martha Washington

Mount Vernon

Washington's Mount Vernon estate

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