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This popular portrait, painted twenty-two years after Lincoln's death, was based upon another likeness of Lincoln done by George P. A. Healy for a group portrait in 1869 called the Peace Makers. In it, Lincoln confers with Generals Grant and Sherman and Admiral D. Porter on board the River Queen at City Point, Virginia, near the end of the war. Healy is believed to have done his original life sketches of Lincoln at the White House in 1864.
The Abraham Lincoln framed art print is Approximately 14 3/4" x 17 1/2". This makes a wonderful gift of American History.
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This versatile tote bag and can be used to carry everyday things, such as books, beach wear, cameras, laptops, wallets, or virtually any other items you may need. Made with a thick canvas that can handle any schedule, the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. Tote Bag ranks near the top as a fashion accessory.Click for More Details