General Jackson After The Battle of New Orleans

Artist Thomas Sully sketched General Andrew Jackson immediately after the battle of New Orleans, and created the painting from his original drawing in 1870.

In 1824, Sully painted the portrait of Andrew Jackson that has been used for the U.S. $20 bill since 1928.

Artist: Thomas Sully
Date: 1870
Location: Louisiana
Original medium: Oil on canvas
Image restored & enhanced by Rebel Seed Studio