James Monroe Monuments & Portraits Photos

James Monroe, 5th US President (1817-1825) lived (1758-1831), hails from Virginia & is noted for the Monroe Doctrine which declares that the Western Hemisphere should be free of European colonization. Monroe took positions opposing federalism, but supported such a role while serving in several diplomatic posts.

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James Monroe portrait by John Vanderlyn at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Miniature portrait of James Monroe by H. Strong after original by John Vanderlyn at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Portrait of James Monroe by Felix Sharples in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.James Monroe portrait by Gilbert Stuart at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
James Monroe portrait (1816) by John Vanderlyn at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Miniature portrait of James Monroe (c1820s) by H. Strong after original (1821) by John Vanderlyn at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Portrait of James Monroe (1807-11) by Felix Sharples in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.James Monroe portrait (c1817) by Gilbert Stuart at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
James Monroe portrait by James Bogle after Gilbert Stuart at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.Graphic of James Monroe, 5th President of the United States at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.James Monroe bust in Virginia State Capitol. Richmond, VA.5: James Monroe lived. XP.
James Monroe portrait (1850s) by James Bogle after Gilbert Stuart at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.Graphic of James Monroe, 5th President of the United States at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.James Monroe bust in Virginia State Capitol. Richmond, VA.5: James Monroe (1817-1825) lived (1758-1831). XP.
James Monroe medal. Fremont, OH.Graphic of birthplace of James Monroe at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Tomb of President James Monroe at Hollywood Cemetery. Richmond, VA.Gothic ironwork detail of tomb of President James Monroe at Hollywood Cemetery. Richmond, VA.
James Monroe (1817-1825) medal (at Hayes Presidential Center). Fremont, OH.Graphic of birthplace of James Monroe at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Tomb of President James Monroe (1758-1831) at Hollywood Cemetery. Richmond, VA.Gothic ironwork detail of tomb of President James Monroe (1758-1831) at Hollywood Cemetery. Richmond, VA.
Engraving of Mrs. James Monroe by J.C. Buttes at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Portrait of Elizabeth Kortright Monroe, wife of James Monroe, by Sené at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Desk of James Monroe at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Mahogany arm chair which be one of set owned by James Monroe at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Engraving of Mrs. James Monroe by J.C. Buttes at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Portrait (1794) of Elizabeth Kortright Monroe, wife of James Monroe, by Sené at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Desk of James Monroe at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Mahogany arm chair which be one of set owned by James Monroe at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Bed probably one used by James Monroe's daughter in White House made by William Worthington at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Paris Porcelain dishes probably from James Monroe's Presidential dinner service at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Paris Porcelain dishes probably from James Monroe's Presidential dinner service at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Desert service by P.L. Dagoty from James Monroe's Presidential porcelain at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.
Bed (c1818) probably one used by James Monroe's daughter in White House made by William Worthington at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Paris Porcelain dishes (c1817) probably from James Monroe's Presidential dinner service at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Paris Porcelain dishes (c1817) probably from James Monroe's Presidential dinner service at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Desert service (c1817) by P.L. Dagoty from James Monroe's Presidential porcelain at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.
James Monroe coffee service at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Glass water decanters with American seals made for Pres. James Monroe by Bakewell, Page, & Bakewell of Pittsburgh, PA at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Glass water decanter with American seals made for Pres. James Monroe by Bakewell, Page, & Bakewell of Pittsburgh, PA at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.American seal on water decanter made for Pres. James Monroe by Bakewell, Page, & Bakewell of Pittsburgh, PA at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.
James Monroe coffee service at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Glass water decanters with American seals made for Pres. James Monroe (1818-9) by Bakewell, Page, & Bakewell of Pittsburgh, PA at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.Glass water decanter with American seals made for Pres. James Monroe (1818-9) by Bakewell, Page, & Bakewell of Pittsburgh, PA at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.American seal on water decanter made for Pres. James Monroe (1818-9) by Bakewell, Page, & Bakewell of Pittsburgh, PA at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.
Glass goblet of James Monroe at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Glass plate of James Monroe at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Commemorative tray depicting Presidents Madison & McKinley from Canton at William McKinley Presidential Museum & Library. Canton, OH.
Glass goblet of James Monroe at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Glass plate of James Monroe at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Commemorative tray depicting Presidents Madison & McKinley from Canton at William McKinley Presidential Museum & Library. Canton, OH.

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