Difference between revisions of "Depictions of Wythe"

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File:Trumbull1791Wythe.jpg|Pencil sketch from life, by John Trumbull, in Williamsburg (1791).
 
File:Trumbull1791Wythe.jpg|Pencil sketch from life, by John Trumbull, in Williamsburg (1791).
 
File:BacheSilhouette.jpg|William Bache silhouette (1804).
 
File:BacheSilhouette.jpg|William Bache silhouette (1804).
File:GreatAmericanLawyers1907Wythe.jpg|William Satchwell Leney etching (1807).
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File:Leney1807Wythe.jpg|William Satchwell Leney etching (1807).
 
File:TrumbullDeclarationOfIndependence1818Detail.jpg|Detail from John Trumbull's painting, ''Declaration of Independence'' (1818).
 
File:TrumbullDeclarationOfIndependence1818Detail.jpg|Detail from John Trumbull's painting, ''Declaration of Independence'' (1818).
 
File:Longacre1823Wythe.jpg|J.B. Longacre etching (1823), after Leney.
 
File:Longacre1823Wythe.jpg|J.B. Longacre etching (1823), after Leney.

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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

Detail of George Wythe from "Portraits and Autographs of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence," by Ole Erickson (1876). Original at the Library of Congress.