Gilbert Stuart

American, NeoClassicist, Portraitist, 1755-1828

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George Washington, 1797
Gilbert Stuart
256 USD



George Washington
(Lansdowne portrait), 1796

Gilbert Stuart
374 USD

George Washington, 1795
Gilbert Stuart
256 USD

The George Washington At Dorchester Heights
Gilbert Stuart
376 USD

James Madison (The fourth President of the United States)
Gilbert Stuart
256 USD

John Adams (The second President of the United States)
Gilbert Stuart
256 USD

Thomas Jefferson (The third President of the United States)
Gilbert Stuart
256 USD

James Madison (The fourth President of the United States)
Gilbert Stuart
257 USD

James Monroe (The fifth President of the United States)
Gilbert Stuart
315 USD

John Quincy Adams (The sixth President of the United States)
Gilbert Stuart
256 USD

George Washington (The Constable-Hamilton Portrait)
Gilbert Stuart
313 USD

Mrs. Harrison Gray Otis
(Sally Foster)

Gilbert Stuart
273 USD

Portrait of Mrs Perez Morton (Sarah Wentworth Apthorpe)
Gilbert Stuart
255 USD

George Washington, 1795-1796
Gilbert Stuart
256 USD
 
 

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Gilbert Charles Stuart (born Stewart; December 3, 1755 – July 9, 1828) was an American painter from Rhode Island.

Gilbert Stuart is widely considered to be one of America's foremost portraitists. His best known work, the unfinished portrait of George Washington that is sometimes referred to as The Athenaeum, was begun in 1796 and never finished; Stuart retained the portrait and used it to paint 130 copies which he sold for $100 each. The image of George Washington featured in the painting has appeared on the United States one-dollar bill for over a century, and on various U.S. Postage stamps of the 19th century and early 20th century.

Throughout his career, Gilbert Stuart produced portraits of over 1,000 people, including the first six Presidents of the United States. His work can be found today at art museums across the United States and the United Kingdom, most notably the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Frick Collection in New York City, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the National Portrait Gallery, London, Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. 

Source: Wikipedia