Washington's Sepulchre, Mt Vernon, Virginia, plate two of the first number of Picturesque Views of American Scenery

A work made of aquatint with etching and hand-coloring on cream wove paper.

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  • A work made of aquatint with etching and hand-coloring on cream wove paper.

Date:

1819/21

Artist:

John Hill (American, 1770-1850)
after Joshua Shaw (American, born England, c. 1777-1860)
after a drawing by Captain Joshua Rowley Watson, R.N. (English, 1772-1818)
published by Matthew Carey & Son (American, active 1795-1821)

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Artist

John Hill

Title

Washington's Sepulchre, Mt Vernon, Virginia, plate two of the first number of Picturesque Views of American Scenery

Origin

United States

Date

1819–1921

Medium

Aquatint with etching and hand-coloring on cream wove paper

Dimensions

338 x 249 mm (image); 377 x 298 mm (plate); 563 x 380 mm (sheet)

Credit Line

Gift of the Print and Drawing Club

Reference Number

1928.573.3

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