Gilbert Stuart


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Noun1.Gilbert Stuart - United States painter best known for his portraits of George Washington (1755-1828)Gilbert Stuart - United States painter best known for his portraits of George Washington (1755-1828)
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Gilbert Stuart (1755-1828), an entirely apolitical man committed to no cause beyond his own advancement, went to London, too, becoming another American prodigy of West's.
In late August 1814, during the British attack on Washington, DC, First Lady Dolley Madison remained at the President's House until the very last possible moment, before finally loading her carriage with as many valuables--including the famed Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington--as she could carry, thereby gaining recognition for her bravery and her dedication to the nation.
Critics rank him right up there with Gilbert Stuart, Benjamin West and Copley.
I think blending a great master's Rodney Pike, from Louisiana, placed Durham-born Rowan Atkinson's comedy charactersinto more than 30 works by artists like Rembrandt, Gilbert Stuart and Da Vinci.
In the same sale, of huge American interest is the Gilbert Stuart portrait of the remarkable Mohawk chieftain Thayendanegea, known to the English as Joseph Brant, who fought alongside Earl Percy, later 2nd Duke, during the American Revolution.
GRAND PLAN Z Gilbert Stuart and grandson Ross buy tickets TYNIE FAN J Kevin McHattie hands over J tickets to Michael Turner and his daughter
First Lady Dolley Madison managed to flee with a few priceless treasures, including this portrait of Georg Washington by Gilbert Stuart.
Today we'll make a study of the famous painting by Gilbert Stuart, an American portrait artist who painted many well-known colonial Americans.
On the west wall of the president's dining room hung the now famous Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington--because she knew it would be a great war trophy that the British would be sure to defile.
Overseeing it all is the George Washington portrait by Gilbert Stuart that hung in my mother's one-room schoolhouse.
Alternating Washington's turns in the chair with episodes in the lives of painters such as John Trumbull and Gilbert Stuart, he shows us how the course of human events in the young nation helped to break new ground in image-making as well.
Enfin, les nombreuses illustrations qui viennent s'intercaler entre les minutieuses analyses de l'auteur, viennent completer le reseau de consonances entre les differentes figures de la grisette qui se construisent a leur tour outre-manche ou outre-atlantique, chez Sterne, Marc Twain, William Powel Frith, Gilbert Stuart Newton, ou encore Walt Whitman avec sa Dusky Grisette