AR10 - A framed, 11 x 14 inch, print of Thomas
Jefferson in 1800. This image of Jefferson is
based on a Portrait by Rembrandt Peal, 1800,
researched and made available by Karen
Hatzigeorgiou on her website for vintage
images at CLICK HERE,
and is available from Wikimedia, Wikimedia
Commons at CLICK HERE.
The print is displayed here in a brown frame,
white mat, and is covered by glass. This print
also includes Jefferson's signature.
Thomas Jefferson was the principal author of the
Declaration of Independence in 1776 and the third
President of the United States from 1801 to 1809.
He envisioned America as a force to counter the
imperialism of the British Empire. Several major
accomplishments during his presidency include the
Louisiana Purchase (1803), which doubled the size
of the United States, and the Lewis and Clark
Expedition (1804–1806), which significantly
advanced geographic and scientific knowledge
of North America. Jefferson was one of the most
influential Founding Fathers and scholars
consistently rank him as one of the greatest
U.S. presidents. -Wikipedia. This image
originally comes from a vintage source
as cited in the image.