THE TWO GREAT RESOURCES for collectors and researchers of George Washington prints have been Wendy C. Wick's George Washington, an American Icon: The Eighteenth-Century Graphic Portraits (1982), and Charles H. Hart's Calalog of the Engraved Portraits of Washington (1904), both of which were inspirations for this website.
Cresswell, Donald H; foreward by Sinclair H. Hitchings
The American Revolution in Drawings and Prints
Washington, D. C.: Library of Congress, 1975.
of the Engraved Portraits of Washington
New York: Grolier Club, 1904.
Unique Collection of Engraved Portraits of Gen. George Washington
Philadelphia: Stanley V. Henkels, 1903.
Unequaled Collection of Engraved Portraits of Washington
to Hon. James T. Mitchell, Chief Justice of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia: Stanley V. Henkels, 1905.
"Joseph Wright and his Portraits of Washington: Paintings and Engravings"
Magazine Antiques, 15 (May 1929), pp. 376-382.
G.; preface by Edmund S. Morgan
and Martha Washington: Portraits from the Presidential Years
Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian Institution, National
Portrait Gallery, 1999.
Hill, and Mantle Fielding
Life Portraits of Washington and their Replicas
Phuladelphia: For the subscribers, 1931.
Van Horne, John C.
Pierre Eugene DuSimitiere: His American Museum 200 Years After
Philadelphia: Library Company of Philadelphia, 1985.
C.; introductory essay by Lillian B. Miller
Washington, an American Icon: The Eighteenth-Century Graphic Portraits
Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian Institution Traveling
Exhibition Service and National Portrait Gallery, 1982.
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