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Pohick Church
ca. 1932
Ernest David Roth (1879-1964); American Art Foundation, publisher
USA: New York, New York
Etching on paper
overall: 14-5/8"h x 19-1/2"w
Special Acquisitions Fund

Pohick Church etching; scene of men, women and children in 18th century clothing coming out of church; carriage in foreground, left; signed in impression by artist 1.1; signed and dated by the artist in pencil lower right; "6/ Pohick Church" in pencil, lower left.

In 1931, in anticipation of the 200th anniversary of George Washington’s birth, a group of investors commissioned 20 established American artists to design and produce etchings of scenes from Washington’s public and domestic life. The American Art Foundation sold these etchings, in portfolios of 20 images, each signed by the artist. This print illustrates Pohick Church in Lorton, Virginia. Washington attended this church for many years, and served as a warden and a vestryman there.