In 1854, James Reid Lambdin created his own painting of George Washington after an earlier portrait by John Trumbull (1756-1843). The original oil on canvas painting, which was given to Mount Vernon by James Lambdin in 1872, is now on display in the Vaughn Lobby of the Mount Vernon Inn Complex.
Lambdin’s image has been reproduced in fine art lithographic print with a canvas textured finish. The print is protected with a UV retardant covering and is printed on recycled paper.
The portrait measures 10 ½” x 13 ½” in a 15”x 17” frame.