Plan your perfect visit to historic Ashland. Take a tour, bring a group, explore the grounds, shop, dine at our seasonal café, take in some history, and enjoy year-round natural beauty.
Ashland was Henry Clay’s cherished home for nearly half a century. His historic estate has been preserved for your discovery today.
Ashland features a wide variety of year-round programming, exhibits, and events.
Discover Henry Clay. He enjoyed a distinguished political career and is still celebrated as an American statesman and the Great Compromiser, known for his impact on the country, Abraham Lincoln, law, and so much more.
Ashland offers rich resources for educators, researchers, and students.
Support Ashland’s mission by giving, volunteering, and getting involved.
Learn about the Foundation that owns and operates Ashland.
DescriptionColor lithograph of eleven identified figures in interior scene showing signing of the Treaty of Ghent on 24 December, 1814. Copyright 1914 in London and Washington, and printed in England. This is a copy of painting by Sir Amedee Forestier.
Entry/Object ID2000.214DimensionsHeight21 inWidth27-1/2 inDimension NotesFrame: 24" x 30.5"
Frame: 24" x 30.5"