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Abraham Lincoln, Seated Portrait by Alexander Gardner, Created February 5, 1865 - Photographic Print from the Library of Congress Collection
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Photographic Print from the Library of Congress Collection.
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Honest AbeMay 12, 2011
This portrait serves as an excellent way to remind ourselves of the sacrifices borne by one of our country's greatest presidents, Abraham Lincoln.
The portrait itself measures slightly larger than the advertised 16x20 inches. This is due to a white border which bears his name at the bottom. This means that in order to fit the print into a 16x20 inch frame, one will either have to cut or fold the border out of the way.
However, the printing process provides an excellent rendition of the original photograph. The grains from the original film have been preserved, giving Mr. Lincoln a dignified, aged look. This only serves to increase the character he exudes in the photograph.