This class includes many portraits of Abraham Lincoln and others.
A Council in the Cabin of the Miami
Charles Stanley Reinhart
An original piece of artwork depicting Abraham Lincoln, General Egbert Viele, Secretary of the Treasury Chase, and Secretary of War Stanton aboard the Miami. In the drawing, Lincoln is shown taking personal command of the Union troops during the Peninsular Campaign, 6 May 1862. The artist, Charles Stanley Reinhart, was commissioned to create the piece by Scribner's Monthly Magazine. It appeared alongside General Viele's recollections of the war and was published in the October 1878 edition of the magazine. The object is enclosed in a gold frame and cream mat.
Let Us Strive To Finish the Work We Are In
The artwork depicts the right-side profile of Abraham Lincoln sketched in black ink. A translucent layer of red paint has been painted over the sketch. A personalized artist signature, made out to Frank Williams, appears on a mat surrounding the artwork, and the artwork is enclosed in a custom metal silver frame.
Lincoln #10 with Beard-Pastel
The artwork features a pastel sketch of a bearded Abraham Lincoln looking upward. He is pictured from the shoulders up and dressed in a suit and tie. The background is a solid yellow hue.
Grant at Shiloh
The ink sketch depicts an image of Ulysses S. Grant at the left side of the drawing. He holds a cigar in his proper right had. Another figure is featured in the background of the drawing. The sketch is signed by the artist at the lower right corner.
The artwork features a pastel sketch of Abraham Lincoln looking upward. He is pictured from the shoulders up and dressed in a suit and tie. The background is a solid green hue.
Pencil and Wash Portrait of Abraham Lincoln
James Michael Allyn
The drawing features a bust portrait of Abraham Lincoln, who faces his proper left. The portrait is completed in pencil and wash technique. It is a part of a limited release and is number 93 of 300.