George W. Vanderbilt was more than a collector of fine art. He was also an avid patron, befriending and corresponding with artists including John Singer Sargent and James McNeill Whistler. Among the many paintings Vanderbilt commissioned from Sargent, George Washington Vanderbilt was one of the first. The painting, which still hangs in Biltmore House, captures George standing and holding one of his beloved books. Our reproduction is an exact print in a subdued black and silver wooden frame.
- A reproduction of the original painting Going to the Opera
- Large 31 x 40 print
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