Mount Vernon by Mignot
This luminous painting of the view to the Potomac from within Mount Vernon’s deteriorating piazza represents a key moment in Mount Vernon’s history: the period just before its acquisition by the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association.
Hudson River School artist Louis Remy Mignot painted this work after visiting Mount Vernon as a guest of the last Washington family owner, John Augustine Washington III.
- Museum-quality giclée reproduction printed on heavy cotton canvas with archival pigment inks and semi-matte UV coating
- Hand-crafted stretched canvas print with gold frame measures 9" x 11"
- Made in the USA