Catalog Record: Washington's triumphal entry into New York. : This beautiful print ... was executed and printed in oil colors, at the establishment of P.S. Duval & Son, Philadelphia, and is the largest specimen of chromolithograph ever executed. | HathiTrust Digital Library

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Washington's triumphal entry into New York. :
This beautiful print ... was executed and printed in oil colors, at the establishment of P.S. Duval & Son, Philadelphia, and is the largest specimen of chromolithograph ever executed. ...

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Related Names: Smith, William (Publisher) , publisher., Smith, William. , Durst, Seymour B. 1913-1995, former owner.
Language(s): English
Published: [Philadelphia : Published by William Smith, 1860]
Subjects: Washington, George, > Washington, George, / 1732-1799 > Washington, George, / 1732-1799 / Portraits.
Inger, Christian. > Inger, Christian. / Washington's triumphal entry into New York.
Publishers and publishing > Publishers and publishing / Pennsylvania > Publishers and publishing / Pennsylvania / Philadelphia.
Prints > Prints / Prices > Prints / Prices / Pennsylvania > Prints / Prices / Pennsylvania / Philadelphia.
Lithography > Lithography / Marketing.
Lithography > Lithography / Pennsylvania > Lithography / Pennsylvania / Philadelphia.
Publishers' advertisements > Publishers' advertisements / Pennsylvania > Publishers' advertisements / Pennsylvania / Philadelphia.
Advertisements > Advertisements / Prints.
Note: Avery Classics (Offsite) copy: Seymour B. Durst Old York Library Collection, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University.
The print was sold with a numbered key and this eight page pamphlet which includes biographical sketches of the principal figures, the "address of the citizens of New York who have returned from exile" dated Nov. 25, 1783, with George Washington's response, and, on p. 5-8, a publisher's catalogue, "Special attention is called to this list of steel engravings & lithographs published by William Smith, no. 702 South Third St., Philad'a."
For a description and reproduction of the print drawn by Christian Inger, and published at Philadelphia by William Smith in 1860, see Marzio, Peter C. The democratic art: chromolithography 1840-1900, 1979, p. 27, 282.
Title from caption and first lines of text.
Physical Description: 8 p. ; 24 cm.
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