Rembrandt Peale
(American, 1778 - 1860)
Self Portrait
by Rembrandt Peale
Born the son of Charles Willson Peale, Rembrandt Peale was born in Philadelphia, in 1778, the fourth child of seven siblings. The Peales trained all of their children in drawing and painting. Young Rembrandt, at the age of seventeen, gained a commission (via his father) to paint George Washington. The younger portrait is a self portrait. The elderly portrait, [from the National Portrait Gallery] is by an Albumen silver print(carte de visite), ca. 1864 photograph by Mathew Brady.
Name:Rembrandt Peale
Dates:1778 - 1860
Nationality:American
Sex:No data
Self Portraits
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Detroit Institute of the Arts4 artworks
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts3 artworks
National Portrait Gallery - Washington DC2 artworks
High Museum of Art - Atlanta, GA2 artworks
Smithsonian American Art Museum - Washington DC2 artworks
Milwaukee Art Museum1 artworks
National Portrait Gallery - London1 artworks
New York Historical Society1 artworks
National Gallery of Art - Washington DC1 artworks

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This person died over 70 years ago (in 1860).