Drawing relating to the "Early American" series of designs
Designed for H. R. Mallinson and Company (American, 1915-1936)
Object Place: New York, New York, United States
Height x width: 30 7/8 x 41 5/16 in. (78.5 x 105 cm)
Medium or Technique
Hand drawn: pencil on tracing paper.
Not On View
Preliminary layout.”The Life of George Washington” theme.
Washington taking command of his army under the elm in Cambridge, Mass.
At Valley Forge
Washington and his mother.
Leaving Mount Vernon
His arrival in New York for inauguration in New York as President of the United States and the inaugural ceremony at Federal Hall, corner of Wall and Broad Streets.
Saying farewell to his officers in New York after the war (at Fraunces Tavern)
–Catalogue, “Early American Historical Events in Mallinson’s Silks”
Ex-collection Walter Mitschke, New York; by descent to Ethel B. Adams Waldorf; between 1985-90, gift of Waldorf to her neice Joan Brancale, Hingham, MA; gift of Brancale to the MFA (Accession date: December 31, 2008)
Gift of Robert and Joan Brancale