1. Creator/Author:
  2. E.B. & E.C. Kellogg (8)

Abraham Lincoln.

E.B. & E.C. Kellogg, F.P. Whiting
Connecticut, Harford County, Hartford; New York
Origin Date:
overall: 16 1/16 in x 12 in
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Holding Institution:
Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection, courtesy of the Indiana State Museum
Available for Viewing:
Fine Art


This print features a bearded Abraham Lincoln standing at a three quarter view facing slightly to his left. Lincoln wears a black jacket, pants, and vest, along with a white collared shirt and black bow tie. A table with a blue table cloth sits to his left, and he holds a book on top of the table with his left hand. His right arm hangs straight at his side. There is a burgundy red chair behind him and slightly to his right. A marble column stands behind the chair, and a red and white drapery as well as a blue drapery hang behind him with a gold tassel hanging to his left. The words, "Abraham Lincoln." are printed in block letters beneath the image, with "'The people of these United States are the rightful masters of both Congresses & Courts, not to over-throw the Constitution, but to over-throw the men who pervert the Constitution'" are printed just below that. The print is secured in a matted frame.