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Article:Lansdowne portrait
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({{commonscat|Lansdowne portrait of George Washington}}, link both Google Art Project copies (and they are both copies))
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Washington's suit is plain and simple, and the [[sword]] that he holds on his left side is a dress sword and not a battle sword (symbolizing a [[Democracy|democratic]] [[form of government]], rather than a [[monarchy]] or [[military dictatorship]]). In the sky, storm clouds appear on the left while a [[rainbow]] appears on the right, signifying the [[American Revolutionary War]] giving way to the peace and prosperity of the new [[United States]] after the 1783 [[Treaty of Paris (1783)|Treaty of Paris]]. The medallion at the top of the chair shows the red, white, and blue colors of the [[Flag of the United States|American flag]].
 
Washington's suit is plain and simple, and the [[sword]] that he holds on his left side is a dress sword and not a battle sword (symbolizing a [[Democracy|democratic]] [[form of government]], rather than a [[monarchy]] or [[military dictatorship]]). In the sky, storm clouds appear on the left while a [[rainbow]] appears on the right, signifying the [[American Revolutionary War]] giving way to the peace and prosperity of the new [[United States]] after the 1783 [[Treaty of Paris (1783)|Treaty of Paris]]. The medallion at the top of the chair shows the red, white, and blue colors of the [[Flag of the United States|American flag]].
   
On and under the tablecloth-draped table to the left are two [[book]]s: ''Federalist''—probably a reference to the [[Federalist Papers]]—and ''Journal of Congress''—the [[Congressional Record]]. Another five books are under the table: the three to the right are ''General Orders'', ''American Revolution'', and ''Constitutional Bylaws''—symbolizing Washington's leadership as [[commander-in-chief]] of the [[Continental Army]] and [[President of the Continental Congress|president]] of the [[Philadelphia Convention|Constitutional Convention]].
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But Washingtons brother tyler was a little bit scared of the british parlament The [[pen]] and [[paper]] on the table signify the [[rule of law]]. The leg of the table is shaped like a [[fasces]], an ancient Roman symbol of [[power (sociology)|power]] and [[authority]] (''[[imperium]]''). On the far left of the table is a [[silver]] [[inkwell]], emblazed with [[Coat of Arms of George Washington|George Washington's coat of arms]] (see [[Syng inkstand]]). A white [[quill]] rests upon silver [[dog]]s, ancient symbols of [[loyalty]]. Behind the table is a large black [[hat]].
 
The [[pen]] and [[paper]] on the table signify the [[rule of law]]. The leg of the table is shaped like a [[fasces]], an ancient Roman symbol of [[power (sociology)|power]] and [[authority]] (''[[imperium]]''). On the far left of the table is a [[silver]] [[inkwell]], emblazed with [[Coat of Arms of George Washington|George Washington's coat of arms]] (see [[Syng inkstand]]). A white [[quill]] rests upon silver [[dog]]s, ancient symbols of [[loyalty]]. Behind the table is a large black [[hat]].
 
   
 
Washington's unusually clenched [[facial expression]] comes from his famous [[Dentures|false teeth]]. [[Jean-Antoine Houdon]]'s [[marble]] [[sculpture]] of Washington shows a more natural expression. Stuart wrote that:
 
Washington's unusually clenched [[facial expression]] comes from his famous [[Dentures|false teeth]]. [[Jean-Antoine Houdon]]'s [[marble]] [[sculpture]] of Washington shows a more natural expression. Stuart wrote that:
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