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The Passage of the Delaware

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The Passage of the Delaware, 1819, by Thomas Sully (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
The Passage of the Delaware, 1819, by Thomas Sully (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
The Passage of the Delaware was originally displayed in the Boston Museum, here shown on the far wall.
The Passage of the Delaware was originally displayed in the Boston Museum, here shown on the far wall.

The Passage of the Delaware is a large 1819 oil painting by Thomas Sully depicting George Washington and the troops of the American Revolutionary Army arriving on the banks of the Delaware River after a nighttime crossing on their way to the December 26, 1776 Battle of Trenton. It is exhibited in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.[1]

The painting is 146.5″ (372.1 cm) high and 207″ (525.7 cm) wide.

The Passage of the Delaware was originally displayed in the Boston Museum. The museum closed in 1903, and the painting was gifted to the Museum of Fine Arts

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