The Washington's Birthday ClipArt gallery includes 75 illustrations of George Washington and events in his life. Washington's Birthday is a federal holiday observed in the United states the third Monday in February. The holiday is officially designated as "Washington's Birthday" although state and local governments may use other names.

Washington's Private Seal incorporates the same design which can be found in Washington's Arms. The coat of arms of George Washington, President of the United States of America from 1789 to 1797, were first used to identify the family in the twelfth century, when one of George Washington's ancestors took possession of Washington Old Hall, then in County Durham, in north-east England.

Washington's Private Seal, 1783

Washington's Private Seal incorporates the same design which can be found in Washington's Arms. The…

Washington's Seal incorporates the same design which can be found in Washington's Arms. The coat of arms of George Washington, President of the United States of America from 1789 to 1797, were first used to identify the family in the twelfth century, when one of George Washington's ancestors took possession of Washington Old Hall, then in County Durham, in north-east England.

Washington's Seal (From a Letter to Bouquet, 1758)

Washington's Seal incorporates the same design which can be found in Washington's Arms. The coat of…

George Washington meeting with the charming widow of Daniel Parke Custis, Mrs. Martha Dandridge Custis. Mrs. Custis was later re-married to George Washington.

Colonel Washington and Mrs. Custis

George Washington meeting with the charming widow of Daniel Parke Custis, Mrs. Martha Dandridge Custis.…

(1732-1799) First president of the United States 1789-1797

George Washington

(1732-1799) First president of the United States 1789-1797

(1732-1799) First president of the United States 1789-1797

George Washington

(1732-1799) First president of the United States 1789-1797

(1732-1799) First president of the United States 1789-1797

George Washington

(1732-1799) First president of the United States 1789-1797

(1732-1799) First president of the United States 1789-1797

George Washington

(1732-1799) First president of the United States 1789-1797

"George Washington, after a painting by Gilbert Stuart. (The Gibbs Portrait.)"—E. Benjamin Andrews, 1895

George Washington

"George Washington, after a painting by Gilbert Stuart. (The Gibbs Portrait.)"—E. Benjamin Andrews,…

Poster showing many of George Washington's biography through his good character.

George Washington

Poster showing many of George Washington's biography through his good character.

The Electoral College elected Washington unanimously in 1789, and again in the 1792 election; he remains the only president to receive 100% of electoral votes. John Adams was elected vice president. Washington took the oath of office as the first President under the Constitution for the United States of America on April 30, 1789 at Federal Hall in New York City although, at first, he had not wanted the position.

George Washington (1789)

The Electoral College elected Washington unanimously in 1789, and again in the 1792 election; he remains…

The sculpture, 'George Washington' by Ward.

Statue of George Washington

The sculpture, 'George Washington' by Ward.

Bust of George Washington by Jean-Antoine Houdon. George Washington (February 22, 1732 — December 14, 1799) served as the first President of the United States of America (1789—1797), and led the Continental Army to victory over the Kingdom of Great Britain in the American Revolutionary War (1775—1783).

Houdon's Bust of Washington

Bust of George Washington by Jean-Antoine Houdon. George Washington (February 22, 1732 — December…

Houdon's portrait sculpture of Washington was the result of a specific invitation by Benjamin Franklin to cross the Atlantic specifically to visit Mount Vernon, so that Washington could model for him. Washington sat for wet clay life models and a plaster life mask in 1785.

Houdon's Mask of Washington

Houdon's portrait sculpture of Washington was the result of a specific invitation by Benjamin Franklin…

An illustration of George Washington, Patrick Henry, and Edmund Pendleton on horses on their way to Philadelphia, as delegates to the First Continental Congress.

George Washington, Patrick Henry, and Edmund Pendleton

An illustration of George Washington, Patrick Henry, and Edmund Pendleton on horses on their way to…

Washington at Yorktown.

Yorktown

Washington at Yorktown.