A Proof print done from a portrait of Mr. Jefferson in Peale's Museum, (graphics)
Unknown (copy after)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 17
This is offered as a specimen of a series of 25 prints, to be made from Peale's collection of celebrated personages in the American Revolution. A subscription paper is opened, and may be signed at the door, and where also may be had the other prints by Mr. Birch. [P. 3.] Enamel Painter and Engraver, No. 54. Lombard-Street. [P. 3.]
The Exhibition of the Columbianum, or American Academy of Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, &c. established at Philadelphia, 1795. The first exhibition opened May 22, 1795, by permission, in the Senate Chamber in the State-House. "Tis not in Mortals to command success, but we'll do more, Sempronius, we'll deserve it." Philadelphia: Printed by Francis & Robert Bailey, at Yorick's Head, No. 116, High-Street--M,DCC,XCV.