George Washington statue, marble                            by Jean-Antoine Houdon. It stands in the State Capitol at Richmond, Virginia.

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George Washington statue, marble by Jean-Antoine Houdon. It stands in the State Capitol at Richmond, Virginia.

Statue of the Marquis de Lafayette informing General George Washington and Colonel Alexander Hamilton that the French will support the Americans. AKA, LAFAYETTE TAKIN THIS HORSE BY THE REINS MAKIN REDCOATS REDDER WITH BLOODSTAINS

"Statue by Studio EIS, of the Marquis de Lafayette, informing GEN George Washington & LTC Alexander Hamilton that the French will support the Americans (in the Revolutionary War)". This NJ sculpture is one of my favorites.

Anna Randolph Lee - Wife of Robert E. Lee, the Great Granddaughter of Martha Custis Washington.

My loving wife, Anna Randolph Lee has history with the Washington’s. She is the great granddaughter of Martha Custis Washington.

Statue of George Washington in the rotunda of the Virginia State Capitol building in Richmond. It's the only statue of President #1 done from life.

Richmond, VA Photos: Images of the Capital of Virginia

The Rotunda of the Virginia Capitol (Richmond) displays a life-size statue of George Washington, created by French artist Jean-Antoine Houdon. The statue is the only one that Washington actually posed for. Visited here favorite statue of all.

George Washington Statue Monument at Smithsonian American History Museum

George Washington Statue, Washington Dc, American History Museum, Garden Sculptures, Sculpture Art, Historical Monuments, National Museum, Statue Of, Coast Style

6-inch High George Washington Bust Statue Sculpture in White

6-inch High George Washington Bust Statue Sculpture in White

Antique Clapsaddle George Washington birthday postcard - child with statue, circa 1910

★~ Antique Clapsaddle ~★~ George Washington Birthday Postcard ~★~ Child with Statue~★ ~ circa 1910 ~★

George Washington, like many men of the time, greatly enjoyed outdoor activities such as fishing and riding horses. Enjoying nature was Washington's primary source of rejuvenation and renewal during his two critical terms as our president.

George Washington, like many men of the time, greatly enjoyed outdoor activities such as fishing and riding horses. Enjoying nature was Washington's primary source of rejuvenation and renewal during his two critical terms as our president.

George Washington Statue

A wonderful Statue of George Washington by Chantrey

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