Circa early 19th century work on a sail cloth type canvas of a formal picnic scene with a number of Colonial era subjects in fancy dress with what appears to be President or General Washington and his valet or slave William (Billy) Lee. The work does not appear to be signed. It has several imperfections that I have tried to point out in photos. It has been restored and relined I believe and the conservator left some of these small tears, etc. in as they do not detract from the overall appearance of the image. It has a nice look for an old piece. Please note large size, 43" by 49" by one inch deep. Shipping may pose a problem.
Early Painting of "Picnic with George Washington"
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