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Paintings in the Lincoln Bedroom of the White House, Washington, D.C. The top painting is watercolor on paper titled, “The President’s House, Washington,” by Lefevre James Cranstone, ca. 1860, and was a gift of Wilmarth Lewis. The bottom painting is titled, “Railway Station, Washington,” and the artist and date are unknown. The paintings are locat...
White House furnishings. Wall mirror above the marble mantel in the Lincoln Bedroom. The plaque on the mantel reads, “In this room Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation of January 1, 1863 whereby four million slaves were given their freedom and slavery forever prohibited in these United States.” The French portico clock on the mantel...
Paintings by Mary Cassatt. The top painting, titled “The Cup of Tea,” ca. 1880-1881, is on loan from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and was a gift to the Metropolitan Museum of Art from Dr. Ernest G. Stillman in 1922. The bottom painting is titled, “Woman Arranging Her Veil,” ca. 1890, and was bequested to the Philadelphia Museum of Art by Lisa No...
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