The View of Mount Vernon, West Front, attributed to Edward Savage, circa 1792, is one of the earliest know images of George Washington’s home. Completed during Washington’s first term as president, this scene shows the west front and courtyard of the Mansion, with George Washington and his family strolling along the bowling green. Only two years before this view was painted, Washington wrote of Mount Vernon, “No estate in United America is more pleasantly situated than this”.
Mount Vernon’s Gallery of Art ornament is an image of Savage’s painting of Mount Vernon in an antiqued gold resin frame.
The ornament is 2” x 2 ½”. Includes red ribbon for hanging.