[Print] MOUNT VERNON IN THE OLDEN TIME. Washington at 30 Years of Age.
New York: Published and engraved under the superintendence of the Artists Association, Broadway and Pall Mall, 1856. A. Henning. 1st Edition. Print. Original line and stipple engraved print, image 24" x 19". Frame: 28.5" x23.5". Hand colored. Framed in older wood frame, with a faux marble finish with glaze. The engraving is lightly soiled, visible in the margins. An attractive print, Very Good. OCLC locates only 2 copies. Please note, shipping this in frame will be very expensive, and not available for overseas or expedited shipping. Very Good / No jacket as issued. Item #002885
. ***The print features an interior scene depicting a youthful George Washington in hunting attire. He is seated on the left with two dogs beside him and dead game at his feet. Behind him is an unidentified male holding a rifle. In the center, a black servant(Billy Lee) oversees a large dead antlered deer. Martha Washington is at right bearing a silver tray and refreshments, her two young children at her side (John Parke Custis and Martha Parke Custis). A young black male is seated in the lower right corner. A portion of the columns of Mount Vernon can be seen through the door on the right.***.