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George Washington Portrait


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The digital print portraits that we sell are part of “100 Most Influential People in the World History” project by artist Bekir Salim. All of our Original portraits are handmade oil paintings. Each portrait is electronically scanned and printed on high quality *Giclée Printing on Cotton-Based Canvas.

*Giclée prints are created by spraying millions of droplets of ink onto archival fine-art substrates. It represents the highest evolution in printmaking technology which gives the feeling of real handmade portrait.
All of our portraits are printed and shipped from Chicago. Our artworks are not limited to portraits. Please contact us for your custom orders and art projects.

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George Washington Portrait

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George Washington

U.S. President, General (1732–1799)


George Washington was the first President of the United States, served as the commander in chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, and was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.

Washington, the eldest of Augustine and Mary Washington’s six children, spent much of his childhood at Ferry Farm, a plantation near Fredericksburg, Virginia. After Washington’s father died when he was 11, he helped his mother manage the plantation.

Few details about Washington’s early education are known, although children of wealthy families like his were typically taught at home by private tutors or they attended private schools. It is believed that he finished his formal schooling at around age 15. As a teenager, he became a successful surveyor and earned him enough money to begin acquiring land of his own.

In 1751, Washington made his only trip outside of America, when he traveled to Barbados with his older half-brother Lawrence, who was suffering from tuberculosis and hoped the warm climate would help him recuperate. Shortly after their arrival, George contracted smallpox. He survived, although the illness left him with permanent facial scars. In 1752, Lawrence, who had been educated in England and served as Washington’s mentor, died. Washington eventually inherited Lawrence’s estate, Mount Vernon, on the Potomac River near Alexandria, Virginia.

Pressed Material

Roll, Stretcher on bars, Stretcher on bars and framed

Print Size

24"x30", 18”x24”, 30”x40”