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The Old Supreme Court Chamber is the first room constructed for the use of the nation's highest judiciary body and was used by the Court from 1810 until 1860. Built by Benjamin Henry Latrobe, it was a significant architectural achievement, for the size and structure of its vaulted, semicircular ceiling were virtually unprecedented in the United States.
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Painted Portrait of Benjamin Henry Latrobe
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Art by State: New Hampshire

Art by State: New Hampshire

The listing below groups art, artists and architectural elements by state. This list is a work in progress and is not comprehensive. Select a state from the list to learn more about the elements from that state:

Art by State: New Hampshire

New Hampshire
Art/
Architecture
LocationDescription
Statue

Daniel Webster (Representative, Senator, Secretary of State)

Statue

John Stark (Revolutionary War hero)

Portrait

Senate wing

Senator John Langdon (by Hattie E. Burdette)

Painting

William Whipple, represented in Declaration of Independence (by John Trumbull)

Painting

Josiah Bartlett, represented in Declaration of Independence (by John Trumbull)

Painting

Abiel Foster, Delegate, represented in General George Washington Resigning His Commission (by John Trumbull)

Painting

Col. Cilly, represented in Surrender of General Burgoyne (by John Trumbull)

Painting

General Stark, represented in Surrender of General Burgoyne (by John Trumbull)

Painting

Maj. Dearborne, represented in Surrender of General Burgoyne (by John Trumbull)

Painting

Col. Scammell, represented in Surrender of General Burgoyne (by John Trumbull)

Painting

Col. Lewis, Quartermaster Gen. , represented in Surrender of General Burgoyne (by John Trumbull)

Painting

Brig. Gen. Whipple, represented in Surrender of General Burgoyne (by John Trumbull)

Painting

Senate wing

Bainbridghe Wadleigh, Senator, represented in The Florida Case before the Electoral Commission (by Cornelia Adèle Strong Fassett)

State Seal

President’s Room

ceiling mural (by Constantino Brumidi)

Painting

Senate wing

Henry W. Blair, Representative, represented in The Florida Case before the Electoral Commission (by Cornelia Adèle Strong Fassett)

Painting

House wing, east stairway

John Langdon, represented in Signing of the Constitution (by Howard Chandler Christy)

Painting

House wing, east stairway

Nicholas Gilman, represented in Signing of the Constitution (by Howard Chandler Christy)

State Seal

House Chamber

plaster relief

Artist

Daniel Chester French,
b. Exeter, New Hampshire
Statue of Lewis Cass in National Statuary Hall; Portrait bust of John Adams in the Senate Gallery; Portrait bust of Henry Wilson located in the Vice President’s formal office

Artist

Senate wing

Walter Ingalls
b. Canterbury, New Hampshire
Portrait of Charles Sumner

Artist

Larkin Goldsmith Mead
b. Chesterfield, New Hampshire
Statue of Ethan Allen

Artist

Augustus Saint-Gaudens
d. Cornish, New Hampshire
Portrait busts of Chief Justices Roger B. Taney and Morrison R. Waite; Portrait bust of Chester A. Arthur

Last Updated: November 02, 2012