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File:BacheSilhouette.jpg|William Bache silhouette (1804).
 
File:BacheSilhouette.jpg|William Bache silhouette (1804).
 
File:GreatAmericanLawyers1907Wythe.jpg|William Satchwell Leney (1807).
 
File:GreatAmericanLawyers1907Wythe.jpg|William Satchwell Leney (1807).
File:Longacre1843Wythe.jpg|J.B. Longacre (1823), after Leney.
 
 
File:TrumbullDeclarationOfIndependence1818Detail.jpg|Detail from John Trumbull's ''Declaration of Independence'' (1818).
 
File:TrumbullDeclarationOfIndependence1818Detail.jpg|Detail from John Trumbull's ''Declaration of Independence'' (1818).
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File:Longacre1823Wythe.jpg|J.B. Longacre (1823), after Leney.
 
File:LossingWythe.jpg|Lossing (1859).
 
File:LossingWythe.jpg|Lossing (1859).
 
File:Hall1868Wythe.jpg|William Bryan Hall (1868).
 
File:Hall1868Wythe.jpg|William Bryan Hall (1868).

Revision as of 13:16, 4 March 2014

As a signer of the Declaration of Independence, George Wythe's portrait was much sought after by artists.

Images of George Wythe

Sketch of George Wythe, dated April 25, 1791, by Colonel John Trumbull, in Williamsburg. Image courtesy of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.