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1 Gilbert Stuart, George Washington, 1796 “The Athenaeum Portrait” (KEY WORK) “The Lansdowne Portrait”

2 Gilbert Stuart, George Washington, 1796 (KEY WORK) “The Athenaeum Portrait”

3 Jean-Antoine Houdon, George Washington, Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, 1788 (KEY WORK)

4 Jean-Antoine Houdon, George Washington, terracotta study, 1788

5 Jean-Antoine Houdon, George Washington, Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, 1788 (KEY WORK)

6 Horatio Greenough, George Washington, c Jean-Antoine Houdon, George Washington, Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, 1788 (KEY WORK)

7 Thomas Jefferson, Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, (KEY WORK) Jean-Antoine Houdon, George Washington,1788 (KEY WORK)

8 Ancient Roman, Maison Carrée, 1 st C. BCE Thomas Jefferson, Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, (KEY WORK)

9 Ancient Roman, Maison Carrée, 1 st C. BCE Thomas Jefferson, Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, (KEY WORK) Thomas Jefferson: “Here I am … gazing whole hours at the Maison Quarree, like a lover at his mistress.

10 William Thornton, United States Capitol, Washington, D.C., 1792 (KEY WORK)

11 William Thornton, United States Capitol, 1792 (KEY WORK) Ancient Roman, Pantheon, 2nd century

12 William Thornton, United States Capitol, 1792 (KEY WORK) Ancient Roman, Pantheon, 2nd century

13 Thomas Jefferson, Monticello, near Charlottesville, VA, and (KEY WORK)

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17 David Hemings, Chair, Monticello, early 1800s


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