#707 1932 2¢ Washington Washington Bicentennial Issue. Bureau of Engraving and Printing.#707 features an image of George Washington taken from a painting by Gilbert Stuart. Stuart, a master portrait artist, made numerous paintings of Washington, with this one being the most famous. Called The Athenaeum, it was painted in 1796 in Germantown, Pennsylvania - but never finished. However, it served as the model of other paintings, and was also used on the one-dollar bill. Please see photos and ask questions prior to purchasing.