James Madison Monuments & Portraits Photos

James Madison, 4th US President (1809-1817) lived (1751-1836), hails from Virginia. He participated in the founding of a federal United States & was President during the war of 1812 when the British burned the White House after which the Octagon home down the street became the temporary White House. His wife Dolly rescued important documents from the burning White House.

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James Madison portrait by Gilbert Stuart at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Portrait of James Madison by Catherine A. Drinker after Gilbert Stuart in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.James Madison portrait by Thomas Sully after Gilbert Stuart at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.Graphic of President James Madison after Gilbert Stuart by W. Wellstood of Martin, Johnson & Co., New York at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
James Madison portrait (c1821) by Gilbert Stuart at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Portrait of James Madison (1875) by Catherine A. Drinker after Gilbert Stuart in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.James Madison portrait by Thomas Sully after Gilbert Stuart at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.Graphic of President James Madison after Gilbert Stuart by W. Wellstood of Martin, Johnson & Co., New York at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Graphic of President James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Portrait of James Madison by James Sharples Senior in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.Graphic of President James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Portrait of President James Madison by William Dunlap at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Graphic of President James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Portrait of James Madison (1796-7) by James Sharples Senior in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.Graphic of President James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Portrait of President James Madison by William Dunlap at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Detail of portrait of President James Madison by William Dunlap at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.James Madison portrait by Chester Harding at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Portrait of President James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Portrait of President James Madison in old age by J.B. Longacre at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Detail of portrait of President James Madison by William Dunlap at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.James Madison portrait (1829-30) by Chester Harding at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Portrait of President James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Portrait of President James Madison in old age by J.B. Longacre at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Statue of James Madison by Walker Hancock at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.James Madison bust in Virginia State Capitol. Richmond, VA.Profile of President James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Profile of Dolley Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Statue of James Madison (1980) by Walker Hancock at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.James Madison bust in Virginia State Capitol. Richmond, VA.Profile of President James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Profile of Dolley Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Graphic of Dolley Madison in her youth after painting by James Peale by S.J. Woolf at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Graphic of Dolley Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Portrait of Dolley Todd Madison by James Sharples Senior in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.Dolley Todd Madison portrait by Joseph Wood at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.
Graphic of Dolley Madison in her youth after painting by James Peale by S.J. Woolf at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Graphic of Dolley Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Portrait of Dolley Todd Madison (1796-7) by James Sharples Senior in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.Dolley (Payne) Todd Madison portrait by Joseph Wood at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.
Dolley Madison portrait by William S. Elwell at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.US Court of Appeals on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.US Court of Appeals on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.The Octagon, temporary White House after War of 1812 then HQ of American Institute of Architects. Washington, DC.
Dolley Madison portrait (1848) by William S. Elwell at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.US Court of Appeals (former Dolley Madison House) (1520 H St. NW) on Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.Dolley Madison House 19th c iron balcony overlooks Lafayette Square. Washington, DC.The Octagon (c1800) (1799 New York Ave. NW) served as home to President James & Dolley Madison while the White House was rebuilt after War of 1812. Washington, DC. Architect: Dr. William Thornton. On National Register.
The Octagon, temporary White House after War of 1812 then HQ of American Institute of Architects. Washington, DC.4: James Madison lived. XP.James Madison medal. Fremont, OH.James Madison peace medal at National Museum of the American Indian. Washington, DC.
The Octagon (c1800), now a museum house, was preserved by & served as Headquarters for the American Institute of Architects. Washington, DC. On National Register.4: James Madison (1809-1817) lived (1751-1836). XP.James Madison (1809-1817) medal (at Hayes Presidential Center). Fremont, OH.James Madison peace medal (1809) at National Museum of the American Indian. Washington, DC.
James Madison's Compeachy Chair given to him by Thomas Jefferson at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Furniture belonging to James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Chest of drawers which belonged to James Madison's mother plus painted chairs at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Blue Willow plate owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
James Madison's Compeachy Chair given to him by Thomas Jefferson at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Furniture belonging to James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Chest of drawers (c1800) which belonged to James Madison's mother plus painted chairs (c1800-20) at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Blue Willow plate owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Porridge bowl once owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Fruit dish owned by Marie Antoinette & then Dolley Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Jardinière which may have been owned by Madisons at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.French porcelain owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Porridge bowl once owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Fruit dish owned by Marie Antoinette & then Dolley Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Jardinière (c1800) which may have been owned by Madisons at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.French porcelain owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Cut glass decanter owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Cut glass decanter given to President James Madison upon visit to Pittsburgh at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.

Cut glass decanter owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Cut glass decanter (1816) given to President James Madison upon visit to Pittsburgh at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.


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