Created during the 1976 bicentennial, this evocative portrait of Abraham Lincoln is as rich in depth and dimension as the man it portrays. Lincoln was known for his bouts of 'melancholy', which we now consider depression. The haunting eyes in this vintage portrait capture the essence of one of our most important and conflicted historic figures.
Original: Conté, gouache and pastel on pebbled board
Your museum quality, high-resolution reproduction is individually printed in our studio with archival ink on premium Epson Cold Press Natural paper to capture the subtle colors and textures of the original work.
Limited edition of 300. Giclée print ready for framing with mat and backer board.
On-screen images contain RA watermark