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File:Weir1876Wythe.jpg|John Ferguson Weir (1876), after John Trumbull.
 
File:Weir1876Wythe.jpg|John Ferguson Weir (1876), after John Trumbull.
 
File:Erekson1876Wythe.jpg|Erekson (1876).
 
File:Erekson1876Wythe.jpg|Erekson (1876).
File:Rosenthal1888Wythe.jpg|Rosenthal (1888).
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File:Rosenthal1888Wythe.jpg|Rosenthal, after Leney (1888).
 
File:NationalCyclopaedia1893Wythe.jpg|''National Cyclopædia'' (1893).
 
File:NationalCyclopaedia1893Wythe.jpg|''National Cyclopædia'' (1893).
 
File:Crossman1927Wythe.jpg|Portrait by William H. Crossman (1927), after John Trumbull.
 
File:Crossman1927Wythe.jpg|Portrait by William H. Crossman (1927), after John Trumbull.

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

Images of George Wythe

Miniature of George Wythe, attributed to Henry Benbridge, c. 1770. Watercolor on ivory. Original at the R. W. Norton Art Gallery, Shreveport, Louisiana.