John and Abigail Adams composite portrait

John and Abigail Adams composite portrait

This is a composite of two individual lithograph portraits. Both lithographs were based on the 1815 portraits painted by Gilbert Stuart. The lithograph of John Adams was created by John Pendleton in or around 1828. The lithograph based on Abigail Adams' portrait was published by Johnson, Wilson & Co. Publishers, of New York. Its exact date of creation is unknown but it is thought to have been made between 1830 and 1860.

John and Abigail Adams composite portrait
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