George Washington Antique Portrait Print 2nd Half 19th Century Oval Walnut Frame
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George Washington Antique Portrait Print 2nd Half 19th Century Oval Walnut Frame:
This print of George Washington, in color,is in very good condition, the back with orignal Annesley & Vintlabelhas never been removed, in a very nice hardwood oval frame, appears to be walnut, with original finish and a gold liner. Thisprintis possibly a detail from the Gilbert Stuart Lansdowne Portrait of George Washington painted in 1796, three years before Washington's death in 1799, or possibly the Dodge portrait from the mid 1800s. Washington is shown with a white stock or cravat and black jacket or coat, and facing to the viewer's left. We leave this to the collectors to determine which portrait this print represents. This has no tears, no water stains, no browning. In As Found condition, with no cleaning or alteration, glass carefully cleaned only.
Frame measures app13-3/4" long by 11-1/2" wide by app 1-1/2" deep.
Print measures 9-1/4" long by 7-1/4" wide
Weighs 1 pound 6.4 ounces, ships at 3 pounds, carefully wrapped to protect.
Frame dates between (earliest possible) 1856to late 1870s.Whether the print was new when framed, or an older print, we do not know.This antique image of George Washington would be a nice addition to any Presidential or George Washington collection. Searching the business name Annesely & Vint, Albany, New York at 504 and 506 Broadway, The Gazetteer and business directory of Albany & Schenectady Co., N.Y., for 1870-71 lists Annesley & Vint, (Richard L. Annesley and James Vint) pictures, picture frames, artists' materials, &c., was located at 504 and 506 Broadway same address as on the back torn partiallabel which is very dark, and fragile. James Vint joined Richard Annesley in 1856 according to "State of New York: Embracing Historical, Descriptive, and Statistical" by Kollock, I do not find a reference for the store location before 1870, perhaps the original locationbeginning with Annesley's father in 1802.The store was located on Pearl Street by 1882.
nice old oxidized wood, has not been cleaned and is As Found
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