White House Stock Images - South Lawn & South Fountain - Executive Avenue

  • White House stock images features an interactive photo gallery with high quality photographs of the presidential palace's southern facade from Executive Avenue.


  • With high resolution photos of the manicured, pristine South Lawn and beautiful South Fountain.


  • Please take a look at Liberty Photo Art's photograph gallery below.

White House Stock Images are now available to purchase

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The White House, South Lawn & South Fountain

The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

Overlooking the presidential palace, Washington DC

  • If you would like to see more White House stock images at full-size and resolution and or/are interested in purchasing a photograph/s please visit Liberty Photo Art's photography portfolio on Adobe Stock by clicking on the link provided : Liberty Photo Art Adobe Stock Portfolio

Please take a look at White House stock images by visiting Liberty Photo Art's Adobe Stock portfolio.



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Why not take a look at some of Liberty Photo Art's other photo galleries which encompass the White House stock images, including images from the tranquil Lafyette Square and bustling with energy Pennsylvania Avenue.


A brief history of the White House to accompany Liberty Photo Art's White House stock images






  • In 1791 George Washington chose this site as the location for the official residence of the President of the United States.


  • Irish-born architect James Hoban was chosen to design the new building, which was known as the Executive Mansion.


  • President Theodore Roosevelt changed the official name of the building to the White House in 1901.


  • The White House is one of the most distinguished buildings in Washington, first inhabited by the 2nd President of the United States, John Adams on November 1st, 1800, the house at this stage was still unfinished.


  • The presidential palace was burnt down by the British during the war of 1812, most of the building remains as it was planned.


  • The South Portico was added in 1824 and the North in 1829.


  • The West & East Wings were both additions to the original plan, with the West Wing built in 1902, under the orders of President Theodore Roosevelt & the East Wing added in 1942 on the instruction of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.


  • The White House today is vast complex which includes the, Executive Residence, East Wing, West Wing, Eisenhower Old Executive Office Building (former State Department) & Blair House (guest residence).


  • The property is owned by the National Park Service and is part of President's Park.
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