- Author:Frances David Whittemore
- Publisher:Kessinger Publishing, LLC (March 1, 2005)
- Pages:252 pages
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Frances David Whittemore (2005). "George Washington, (sculpture)". Inventories of American Painting and Sculpture, Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Frances David Whittemore (2005). George Washington in Sculpture. Kessinger Publishing. ISBN 978-1-4179-9051-1. "Philadelphia Public Art Artist: Joseph Alexis Bailly". Retrieved August 9, 2011.
Whittemore, Frances Davis, ‘’George Washington in Sculpture’’, Marshall Jones .
Whittemore, Frances Davis, ‘’George Washington in Sculpture’’, Marshall Jones Company, Boston, 1933 p. 26. ^ Day, William A. (1922). McCue, George, Photographs by David Finn and Amy Binder, ‘’Sculpture City: St. Louis, Sculpture in the Gateway to the West ’’ Hudson Hills Press NY and Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, 1988 p. 178. ^ "Control number 87810007". ‘’George Washington: Antoine Houdon, Sculptor, A brief history of the most famous sculpture created of America’s immortal patriot issued to commemorate the bicentennial of his birth 1732–1932’’, The Gorham Company, Providence, Rhode Island, 1931.
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Within George Washington's Mount Vernon's collection are many objects from France. In fact, many of these items can be found on display within the Mansion.
Washington did return to private life and retired to his plantation at Mount Vernon
Washington did return to private life and retired to his plantation at Mount Vernon. He presided over the Philadelphia Convention that drafted the United States Constitution in 1787 because of general dissatisfaction with the Articles of Confederation. Washington became President of the United States in 1789 and established many of the customs and usages of the new government's executive department. He sought to create a nation capable of surviving in a world torn asunder by war between Britain and France. His unilateral Proclamation of Neutrality of 1793 provided a basis for avoiding.
A splendid book for any resident or frequent visitor to Washington, . The short background pieces vary, but most give some degree of information on the sculptor, his (or her) corpus of work, and the historical or artistic subject represented.
Source: Frances David Whittemore, George Washington in Sculpture (2005), p. 12. 125. ^ Venezuela Washington from Flickr. Marie Heimlicher from SIRIS. National Museum of American Art; National Portrait Gallery (Smithsonian Institution) (1993). Revisiting the white city: American art at the 1893 World's Fair.