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George Washington Portrait Program

Help return George Washington portraits to America's schools, public libraries, and State or Federal government offices.
  • Download a Request Form  

    Please Note: Portrait quantities are limited and will be filled in the order in which they are received.                                                                                

As commander in chief of the Continental Army, George Washington led our nation to independence. As president of the Constitutional Convention, he presided over the creation of our new instrument of government. And, as the first president of the United States, he led our country through the early, turbulent years of nationhood. George Washington’s leadership, character, and civic responsibility remain examples to follow today.

Now your school, public library, and State or Federal government office can celebrate Washington’s character, leadership, and accomplishments by hanging a beautifully-framed replica of Rembrandt Peale’s Porthole Portrait of George Washington. It is specially sized (30”x 36”) to take a place of honor in your main office, auditorium, or library.

To receive this FREE limited-edition portrait: Fill out the downloadable form above, save as a PDF, and email with the subject line "Portrait Program Request" to:  education@mountvernon.org 

If you are unable to submit your request via email, please mail a typed printout of the request form to:

Education Department
ATTN: Portrait Program
Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington
3500 T Mount Vernon Memorial Highway
#3600
Mount Vernon, VA 22121