North Pavailion and Lawn at Monticello Art Print
A Museum Quality Art Print of the North Pavilion and Lawn at Monticello for sale by Brandywine General Store. In contrast to the South Pavilion, which was one of the first buildings constructed on the mountaintop, the North Pavilion was not completed until after 1800 when the North Dependencies were also being constructed. Its upper floor was used for a time by Jefferson's son-in-law, Thomas Mann Randolph, as a study. This beautiful landscape shows a far away view of the Pavilion with much of the back lawn of Monticello visible and the large trees and flower beds that surround this small brick building. Picture #598 an original archival historical landscape by Brandywine General Store.