Jefferson’s grandson Thomas Jefferson Randolph recalled the appearance of his grandfather: “Mr. Jefferson’s hair, when young, was of a reddish cast; sandy as he advanced in years; his eye, hazel…Mr. Jefferson’s stature was commanding—six feet two-and-a half inches in height, well formed, indicating strength, activity, and robust health…it was remarked of him that he never abandoned a plan, a principle, or a friend.” Monticello Exclusive. This reproduction of Rembrandt Peale’s 1805 portrait shows how Jefferson looked at age 62 much how his grandchildren remembered him. The canvas-textured print is coated to prevent fading and framed in gold-painted wood. 18"h x 15"w x 1 1/4"d.