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    • griffin waldau

      Portrait of George Washington - The artist is unknown. Historians refer to the artist as the "Washington-Sussel Artist" because his work was first studied by a collector of that name.

    • katrina snyder

      Pennsylvania Dutch Fraktur | George Washington, in the Fraktur style.

    • Lynne Kossarek

      "George Washington" So-called 'fraktur' drawing. Done by Pennsylvania German artists in a style reminiscent of medieval illuminated manuscript art. The name, "fraktur", actually means "fractured writing" and is a reference to the pointedness of Gothic German script. The painter who created this portrait of Washington is not known by name; art historians refer to him as the "Washington-Sussel Artist" because his work was first studied by a collector of that name. Ink,watercolor on paper, H 20, W

    • Happy Doodle Land | Flora Chang

      George Washington - Pennsylvania German folk art, unknown artist. 1780s-1790s

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