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1800 Thomas Jefferson Portrait Featured J Print

1800 Thomas Jefferson Portrait

Thomas Jefferson, polymath, American Founding Father and President (b. 13 April 1743 - d. 4 July 1826). Engraving by W.Holl in "The Gallery of Portraits" 1837 with later colouring, after print by Desnoyers and painting by Peale 1800. His chief contribution to science came in paleontology, describing the American Mastodon and in 1797 the first fossil of the giant ground sloth Megalonyx jeffersonii from West Virginia. Megalonyx means "giant claw" (see Leidy 1855). Cuvier credited the discovery and illustrated it in his 1812 "Ossamens fossiles". Buffon had been dismissive of the American fauna as feeble and Jefferson was happy to counter the claim with fossils such as these. Jefferson also contributed to the sciences as an inventor and archaeologist. He founded the University of Virginia

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The Lawn At The University Of Virginia Featured J Print

The Lawn At The University Of Virginia

Engraving shows the main lawn and quadrangle of the campus of the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, circa 1830s. The Thomas Jefferson-designed rotunda at the head of the lawn burned in 1895 and was replaced by a Stanford White design which was itself replaced by a reconstruction of the original in 1976. (Photo by Kean Collection/Getty Images)

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William James Glackens Went Home 1909 Black crayon Featured J Print

William James Glackens Went Home 1909 Black crayon

William James Glackens: Then We All Went Home, William James Glackens, 1909, Black crayon, charcoal, ink washes, and white gouache on wove paper, Created in 1909 as an illustration for The Practical Joke, a story by Eden Phillpotts in Putnam's Magazine, this drawing depicts the story's narrator walking home from a bar with two friends. The story, illustrated with four other drawings by Glackens, tells the tale of a man named Edward Bickford whose silver racing trophy is stolen from his bar Seven Stars by his brother, Forrester. The robbery is discovered by two of the narrator's friends when they attempt to play a practical joke on him.Sight: 9 7/16 x 12 7/8 in. (24 x 32.7 cm)

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