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Horizontal, rectangular view of Mount Vernon’s east front. The east lawn fills the foreground, with bushes and trees on the right. On the lawn beneath the trees is a man and a seated woman. A woman can be seen on the piazza. Two more figures are shown to the left of the piazza, looking at a boat on the Potomac River, which can be seen in the background on the far left.

The print is currently in a new frame.





Ink on paper, lithograph


Overall (H x W x D): 13 7/8 in. x 15 7/8 in. (35.24 cm x 40.32 cm)
Other (Sight H x W): 7 1/4 in. x 9 5/8 in. (18.42 cm x 24.45 cm)
Other (Image H x W): 6 in. x 9 1/8 in. (15.24 cm x 23.18 cm)

Credit Line

Gift of the John and Diana Zentay Collection, 2006


Printed below image on left: “Childs & Inman Lith. Press.” Printed below image in center: “Mount Vernon. / J. Doughty Del. From a drawing by H. Reinagle. / Philadelphia Pubd. By Childs & Inman Corner of 5 and Walnut Streets 1832.”


In ink in lower right of image: “T.D”.

Object Number


Colors (Beta)

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