File:Mechanics in The Apotheosis of Washington.jpg

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Constantino Brumidi: The Apotheosis of Washington  wikidata:Q1684961 
Artist
Architect of the Capitol
Constantino Brumidi: The Apotheosis of Washington
Object type fresco
Description
"Mechanics": Vulcan, god of the forge, stands at his anvil with his foot on a cannon, near a pile of cannon balls and with a steam engine in the background. The man at the forge is thought to represent Charles Thomas, who was in charge of the ironwork of the Capitol dome.
Date 1865
Medium fresco
medium QS:P186,Q25631150
Object location
38° 53′ 22.92″ N, 77° 00′ 32.04″ W Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo Edit coordinates on Wikidata
Source/Photographer Architect of the Capitol information webpage [1]
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Public domain, work of the United States federal government

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