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Gardner, Alexander (1821-1882) Abraham Lincoln, 1863, printed 1901
Code: ME00916
Artiste: Gardner, Alexander (1821-1882)
Titre: Abraham Lincoln, 1863, printed 1901
Localisation: Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York
Crédits: Image copyright The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource/Scala, Florence
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Gardner, Alexander (1821-1882) Abraham Lincoln, 1863, printed 1901
Code: ME00916
Artiste: Gardner, Alexander (1821-1882)
Titre: Abraham Lincoln, 1863, printed 1901
Genre: Photography
Période/Style: Nineteenth Century
Localisation: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Genre: Photography
Période/Style: Nineteenth Century
Localisation: Metropolitan Museum of Art

Image non disponible en France, Allemagne, Autriche, Etats-Unis et Canada
******** Portrait d' Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) homme politique americain
Code: WH06889
Artiste: ********
Titre: Portrait d' Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) homme politique americain
Localisation: Chateau de Blerancourt - National Museum of Franco-American Cooperation - Blerancourt
Crédits: Photo Josse/Scala, Florence

******** Portrait d' Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) homme politique americain
Code: WH06889
Artiste: ********
Titre: Portrait d' Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) homme politique americain
Genre: Sculpture
Période/Style: Nineteenth Century
Localisation: Chateau de Blerancourt - National Museum of Franco-American Cooperation
Genre: Sculpture
Période/Style: Nineteenth Century
Localisation: Chateau de Blerancourt - National Museum of Franco-American Cooperation

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******** Assassinat du president Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865). Fin du 19eme siecle
Code: WH06471
Artiste: ********
Titre: Assassinat du president Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865). Fin du 19eme siecle
Localisation: Private Collection - ********
Crédits: Photo Josse/Scala, Florence

******** Assassinat du president Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865). Fin du 19eme siecle
Code: WH06471
Artiste: ********
Titre: Assassinat du president Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865). Fin du 19eme siecle
Genre: Engraving
Période/Style: Nineteenth Century
Localisation: Private Collection
Genre: Engraving
Période/Style: Nineteenth Century
Localisation: Private Collection

Image non disponible en France
******** Hanging of the Lincoln assassination conspirators, Washington DC, USA, 7th July, 1865. The assassinination of President Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth was part of a wider conspiracy. Vice-President Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State William H Seward were also intended to be killed, but survived the attempts on their lives. Booth was killed by US Army soldiers in Virginia, but eight others involved in the conspiracy were arrested and tried by a military court. All the defendants were found guilty, with three sentenced to life imprisonment and one receiving a six year sentence. The other four, Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herold, and George Atzerodt, were sentenced to death and were hanged at the Old Arsenal Penitentiary.
Code: H600667
Artiste: ********
Titre: Hanging of the Lincoln assassination conspirators, Washington DC, USA, 7th July, 1865. The assassinination of President Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth was part of a wider conspiracy. Vice-President Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State William H Seward were also intended to be killed, but survived the attempts on their lives. Booth was killed by US Army soldiers in Virginia, but eight others involved in the conspiracy were arrested and tried by a military court. All the defendants were found guilty, with three sentenced to life imprisonment and one receiving a six year sentence. The other four, Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herold, and George Atzerodt, were sentenced to death and were hanged at the Old Arsenal Penitentiary.
Localisation: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Crédits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** Hanging of the Lincoln assassination conspirators, Washington DC, USA, 7th July, 1865. The assassinination of President Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth was part of a wider conspiracy. Vice-President Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State William H Seward were also intended to be killed, but survived the attempts on their lives. Booth was killed by US Army soldiers in Virginia, but eight others involved in the conspiracy were arrested and tried by a military court. All the defendants were found guilty, with three sentenced to life imprisonment and one receiving a six year sentence. The other four, Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herold, and George Atzerodt, were sentenced to death and were hanged at the Old Arsenal Penitentiary.
Code: H600667
Artiste: ********
Titre: Hanging of the Lincoln assassination conspirators, Washington DC, USA, 7th July, 1865. The assassinination of President Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth was part of a wider conspiracy. Vice-President Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State William H Seward were also intended to be killed, but survived the attempts on their lives. Booth was killed by US Army soldiers in Virginia, but eight others involved in the conspiracy were arrested and tried by a military court. All the defendants were found guilty, with three sentenced to life imprisonment and one receiving a six year sentence. The other four, Mary Surratt, Lewis Powell, David Herold, and George Atzerodt, were sentenced to death and were hanged at the Old Arsenal Penitentiary.
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Stapleton Historical Collection
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Stapleton Historical Collection
Jackman, William G. (fl. 1841-c.1860) Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 19th century. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H600641
Artiste: Jackman, William G. (fl. 1841-c.1860)
Titre: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 19th century. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Localisation: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Crédits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

Jackman, William G. (fl. 1841-c.1860) Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 19th century. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H600641
Artiste: Jackman, William G. (fl. 1841-c.1860)
Titre: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 19th century. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Stapleton Historical Collection
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Stapleton Historical Collection
******** Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H600415
Artiste: ********
Titre: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Localisation: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Crédits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H600415
Artiste: ********
Titre: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Stapleton Historical Collection
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Stapleton Historical Collection
******** Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H600156
Artiste: ********
Titre: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Localisation: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Crédits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Code: H600156
Artiste: ********
Titre: Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, 1860s. Lincoln (1809-1865) joined the Republican party in 1858 and was elected president two years later. In 1863, he proclaimed the emancipation of all slaves in the southern Confederate states and later that year restated his anti-slavery views in the Gettysburg Address. During his 1864 campaign for re-election, he embraced the abolition of slavery. He was infamously shot by actor John Wilkes Booth whilst attending the theatre in 1865.
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Stapleton Historical Collection
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Stapleton Historical Collection
******** Children's t-shirts with American themes, 1976.
Code: H640087
Artiste: ********
Titre: Children's t-shirts with American themes, 1976.
Localisation: Land of Lost Content - London
Crédits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** Children's t-shirts with American themes, 1976.
Code: H640087
Artiste: ********
Titre: Children's t-shirts with American themes, 1976.
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Land of Lost Content
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Land of Lost Content
Figueroa, Jose A. (b.1946) Korda y Lincoln Washington, 2000
Code: 1A03937
Artiste: Figueroa, Jose A. (b.1946)
Titre: Korda y Lincoln Washington, 2000
Localisation: ******** - ********
Crédits: Adagp Images, Paris, / SCALA, Florence
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Figueroa, Jose A. (b.1946) Korda y Lincoln Washington, 2000
Code: 1A03937
Artiste: Figueroa, Jose A. (b.1946)
Titre: Korda y Lincoln Washington, 2000
Genre: Photography
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: ********
Genre: Photography
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: ********

Image non disponible en France, aux États-unis, au Japon et en Corée
******** 'Lincoln's Last Day', Abraham Lincoln (1891-1865), 1907.
Code: H390675
Artiste: ********
Titre: 'Lincoln's Last Day', Abraham Lincoln (1891-1865), 1907.
Localisation: ******** - ********
Crédits: Photo Ann Ronan/Heritage Images/Scala, Florence

******** 'Lincoln's Last Day', Abraham Lincoln (1891-1865), 1907.
Code: H390675
Artiste: ********
Titre: 'Lincoln's Last Day', Abraham Lincoln (1891-1865), 1907.
Genre: Print
Période/Style: Nineteenth Century
Localisation: ********
Genre: Print
Période/Style: Nineteenth Century
Localisation: ********
Tenniel, John (1820-1914) 'The Threatening Note', 1865.
Code: H350218
Artiste: Tenniel, John (1820-1914)
Titre: 'The Threatening Note', 1865.
Localisation: Heritage-Images - London
Crédits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

Tenniel, John (1820-1914) 'The Threatening Note', 1865.
Code: H350218
Artiste: Tenniel, John (1820-1914)
Titre: 'The Threatening Note', 1865.
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Heritage-Images
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Heritage-Images
Tenniel, John (1820-1914) 'Mrs. North and Her Attorney', 1864.
Code: H350208
Artiste: Tenniel, John (1820-1914)
Titre: 'Mrs. North and Her Attorney', 1864.
Localisation: Heritage-Images - London
Crédits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

Tenniel, John (1820-1914) 'Mrs. North and Her Attorney', 1864.
Code: H350208
Artiste: Tenniel, John (1820-1914)
Titre: 'Mrs. North and Her Attorney', 1864.
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Heritage-Images
Genre: Not available
Période/Style: Not available
Localisation: Heritage-Images
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