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by Pablo Lopez
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When Americans think of the Declaration of Independence, they invariably summon up an image of a crisp, cursive text in black ink, with the big, bold... more
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When Americans think of the Declaration of Independence, they invariably summon up an image of a crisp, cursive text in black ink, with the big, bold signature of John Hancock centered at the bottom, surrounded by those of the other patriots who unanimously approved the Declaration. But the original parchment Declaration with all the signatures, displayed in the Rotunda of the National Archives Building, is a subdued study in pale brown ink on off-white parchment. Its pale text and signatures are hard to read. The image familiar to most Americans is the engraving of the Declaration printed by William J. Stone in 1823. Stone's engraving is the image most illustrated in history books, displayed in schools and libraries, sold as souvenirs, and reproduced countless times. The story of how Stone came to make this icon of American democracy is intriguing. After the War of 1812, there was a resurgence of patriotism. The events of 1776 were more than thirty-five years past. The signers wer...
Thank you so much for coming by to view my artwork. I am a portrait and travel Spanish photographer, currently living in Madrid and taking every chance to visit new countries and explore new places. If you would like to download my images for your commercial or personal use, you can do it through Licensing Pixels If you are interested in my artwork as prints, greeting cards or phone cases, you can find several options here or in my personal website, which you will find at PabloLopezPhotography.com I am also happy to receive any questions or thoughts. You can contact me through the link on this page and I will answer promptly. Thank you again for visiting. I really hope you enjoy my work.
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