Martha Washington Portraits Photos

Martha Washington, who was the wife of 1st US President George Washington, lived (1731-1802) was the subject of several portraits.

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The Washington Family painting by Edward Savage at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Portrait of George Washington's family in Senate chamber of Old State Capitol. Springfield, IL.Graphic of Washington Family by N. Currier at Thomas Griswold House. Guilford, CT.Engraving showing family of George Washington at Monument House Museum. Groton, CT.
The Washington Family painting (c1790-96) by Edward Savage at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Portrait of George Washington's family in Senate chamber of Old State Capitol. Springfield, IL.Graphic of Washington Family by N. Currier at Thomas Griswold House. Guilford, CT.Engraving showing family of George Washington at Monument House Museum. Groton, CT.
Graphic of George Washington's family by F.B. Schell published by John Dainty of Philadelphia at Danbury Museum & Historical Society. Danbury, CT.Graphic of George Washington's family by F.B. Schell published by John Dainty of Philadelphia at Woodman Museum. Dover, NH.Reverse glass paintings of George & Martha Washington by William Mathew Prior based on portraits by Gilbert Stuart at Sandwich Glass Museum. Sandwich, MA.Portraits of George & Martha Washington by John Trumbull at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Graphic (c1830) of George Washington's family by F.B. Schell published by John Dainty of Philadelphia at Danbury Museum & Historical Society. Danbury, CT.Graphic (c1830) of George Washington's family by F.B. Schell published by John Dainty of Philadelphia at Woodman Museum. Dover, NH.Reverse glass paintings of George & Martha Washington (1850-65) by William Mathew Prior based on portraits by Gilbert Stuart at Sandwich Glass Museum. Sandwich, MA.Portraits of George & Martha Washington (c1793) by John Trumbull at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Miniature portraits of Eleanor Parke Custis, Cornelia Schuyler, Mrs. George Washington, Sophia Chew, & Harriet Chew by John Trumbull at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Portrait of Martha Washington at Grant Cottage SHS. Wilton, NY.Bust of Martha Washington in Pennsylvania Foyer at DAR Memorial Continental Hall. Washington, DC.Martha Washington portrait by Rembrandt Peale at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.
Miniature portraits (1790s) of Eleanor Parke Custis, Cornelia Schuyler, Mrs. George Washington, Sophia Chew, & Harriet Chew by John Trumbull at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Portrait of Martha Washington at Grant Cottage SHS. Wilton, NY.Bust of Martha Washington in Pennsylvania Foyer at DAR Memorial Continental Hall. Washington, DC.Martha Washington portrait (c1853) by Rembrandt Peale at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.
Portrait of Martha Curtis Washington by Charles Willson Peale in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.Martha Washington portrait at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.Martha Washington portrait by James Sharples Sr. at Longfellow National Historic Site. Cambridge, MA.Portrait of Martha Washington on glass at Mayflower Society House. Plymouth, MA.
Portrait of Martha Curtis Washington (1795) by Charles Willson Peale in National Portrait Gallery. Philadelphia, PA.Martha Washington portrait at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.Martha Washington portrait by James Sharples Sr. at Longfellow National Historic Site. Cambridge, MA.Portrait of Martha Washington on glass at Mayflower Society House. Plymouth, MA.
Martha Washington portrait by Edward Savage at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.Martha Washington portrait by Carl Wimar at Old St. Louis County Courthouse. St Louis, MO.George & Martha Washington Toby mugs at Museum of Ceramics. East Liverpool, OH.
Martha Washington portrait (1790) by Edward Savage at Peacefield. Quincy, MA.Martha Washington portrait by Carl Wimar at Old St. Louis County Courthouse. St Louis, MO.George & Martha Washington Toby mugs at Museum of Ceramics. East Liverpool, OH.

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