Edgar Marshall’s Abraham Lincoln engraving was widely praised for being the finest portrait ever done of Abraham Lincoln.
This dignified, handsome formal bust length portrait of Lincoln is as fine an example of American portraiture in print as one can find. One of Robert Lincoln’s favorite engraving of his father, and displayed in the home of Frederick Douglass. Every Lincoln library should have this print!
Excellent, full margins, in period frame.
(Lincoln Engraving) Marshall, William Edgar. “Abraham Lincoln” Boston: Ticknor & Fields, (1866). Approx. 16-1/2 X 12-1/4 inches (sight); framed.