VISUALIZING AMERICAN IDENTITY

AN INTERACTIVE GALLERY OF IMAGES FROM THE REVOLUTIONARY PERIOD TO THE PRESENT

​PERIOD 4 GALLERY

  1. “America Swallowing the Bitter Draught,” April 1774.

  2.  “A New Method of Macarony Making, as Practised at Boston,” 1774.

  3. “The Bostonian’s Paying the Excise-man, or Tarring & Feathering,” 1774.

  4. Philip Dawe (?), “The Alternative of Williams-Burg,” Feb. 16, 1775.

  5. “A Society of Patriotic Ladies,” March 25, 1775.

  6. “The Female Combatants,” Jan. 26, 1776.

  7. John Singleton Copley, Portrait of Paul Revere, c. 1768-70.

  8. John Singleton Copley, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Izard, 1775.

  9. John Singleton Copley, Portrait of John Adams, 1783.

  10. Charles Willson Peale, George Washington at the Battle of Princeton, 1781.

  11. Charles Willson Peale, The Artist in His Museum, 1822.

  12. Gilbert Stuart, George Washington (Lansdowne portrait), 1796.

  13. John Trumbull, The Death of General Warren at the Battle of Bunker’s Hill, 1786.

  14. Jefferson and Franklin, Plan for Great Seal, 1776.

  15. Pierre Eugene du Simitiere, Great Seal of the United States [1st proposal], 1776.

  16. Francis Hopkinson, Great Seal of the United States [2nd proposal], 1780.

  17. William Barton, Great Seal of the Unived States [3rd proposal], May 1782.

  18. Charles Thomson, Great Seal of the United States [final design], June 1782.

  19. John Norman, “Instruction of American Youth,” 1783.

  20. Francois, Marquis de Barbi-Marbois, “Allegory of the American Union,” 1784.

  21. “On the Erection of the Eleventh Pillar,” Aug. 2, 1788.

  22. James Trenchard, “Behold! a fabric now to freedom rear'd,” 1788.

  23. W.D. Cooper, “America Trampling on Oppression,” 1789.

  24. Amos Doolittle, “A Display of the United States of America,” 1794.

  25. Amos Doolittle, “A New Display of the United States,” 1799.

  26. Edward Savage, “Liberty in the Form of the Goddess of Youth,” 1796.

  27. “The Providential Detection,” c.1797

  28. “Washington Giving the Laws to America,” 1800.

  29. William Leney, “Infant Liberty Nursed by Mother Mob,” 1807.

  30. Rembrandt Peale, “Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States,” 1801(?).

  31. John J. Bartlett, “America guided by wisdom,” 1815.

  32. Julia Plantou and Alexis Chataigner, “Peace of Ghent 1814 and triumph of America,” 1815.

  33. John Trumbull, Declaration of Independence, c.1817-19.

  34. John Trumbull, Declaration of Independence, c.1817-19.

​PERIOD 6 GALLERY

  1. “America Swallowing the Bitter Draught,” April 1774.

  2.  “A New Method of Macarony Making, as Practised at Boston,” 1774.

  3. “The Bostonian’s Paying the Excise-man, or Tarring & Feathering,” 1774.

  4. Philip Dawe (?), “The Alternative of Williams-Burg,” Feb. 16, 1775.

  5. “A Society of Patriotic Ladies,” March 25, 1775.

  6. “The Female Combatants,” Jan. 26, 1776.

  7. John Singleton Copley, Portrait of Paul Revere, c. 1768-70.

  8. John Singleton Copley, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Izard, 1775.

  9. John Singleton Copley, Portrait of John Adams, 1783.

  10. Charles Willson Peale, George Washington at the Battle of Princeton, 1781.

  11. Charles Willson Peale, The Artist in His Museum, 1822.

  12. Gilbert Stuart, George Washington (Lansdowne portrait), 1796.

  13. Gilbert Stuart, George Washington (Lansdowne portrait), 1796.

  14. John Trumbull, The Death of General Warren at the Battle of Bunker’s Hill, 1786.

  15. Jefferson and Franklin, Plan for Great Seal, 1776.

  16. Pierre Eugene du Simitiere, Great Seal of the United States [1st proposal], 1776.

  17. Francis Hopkinson, Great Seal of the United States [2nd proposal], 1780.

  18. William Barton, Great Seal of the Unived States [3rd proposal], May 1782.

  19. Charles Thomson, Great Seal of the United States [final design], June 1782.

  20. John Norman, “Instruction of American Youth,” 1783.

  21. Francois, Marquis de Barbi-Marbois, “Allegory of the American Union,” 1784.

  22. “On the Erection of the Eleventh Pillar,” Aug. 2, 1788.

  23. James Trenchard, “Behold! a fabric now to freedom rear'd,” 1788.

  24. W.D. Cooper, “America Trampling on Oppression,” 1789.

  25. Amos Doolittle, “A Display of the United States of America,” 1794.

  26. Amos Doolittle, “A New Display of the United States,” 1799.

  27. Edward Savage, “Liberty in the Form of the Goddess of Youth,” 1796.

  28. “The Providential Detection,” c.1797

  29. “Washington Giving the Laws to America,” 1800.

  30. William Leney, “Infant Liberty Nursed by Mother Mob,” 1807.

  31. Rembrandt Peale, “Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States,” 1801(?).

  32. John J. Bartlett, “America guided by wisdom,” 1815.

  33. Julia Plantou and Alexis Chataigner, “Peace of Ghent 1814 and triumph of America,” 1815.

  34. John Trumbull, Declaration of Independence, c.1817-19

 
 
 

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