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Graphic Art                                   


The Senate maintains a collection of over 1,000 historical prints and engravings. This collection contains a rich array of 19th and early 20th century images portraying the events, people, and settings of the U.S. Senate.

 

Browse Graphic Art

Senate Chamber
Interior View of the United States Senate, at Washington, D.C.
   
Capitol Interior
Basement of the Houses of Congress, Showing the Extensive Heating Apparatus for Warming the Building.
   
Capitol Exterior & Grounds
Capitol of the United States, Washington.
   
Depictions of Senate Art
Gen. Marion in his Swamp Encampment Inviting a British Officer to Dinner.
   
Beyond Capitol Hill
City of Washington.
   
Political Cartoons & Caricatures
The National Kids at the Seashore.

Special Features

Conkling, Platt, & Nast
Notice.—No Cartoon This Week.
   
Puck Cartoons
A Needed Change for the Senatorial Lobby.
   
Advise & Consent: Drawings by Lily Spandorf
Advise and Consent Poster and Spandorf Signature
   
Portraits
[Daniel Webster]

 
  

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Art Related Links

Office of the Senate Curator
Senate Catalogue of Fine Art
Senate Catalogue of Graphic Art
Image Reproduction Requests


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Senate Reception Room Benches

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