AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Gilbert Stuart (1755 – 1828)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on January 21, 2014


Benjamin Lincoln Lear

Benjamin Lincoln Lear
Bishop Jean-Louis Anne Magdelaine Lefebvre de Cheverus

Bishop Jean-Louis Anne Magdelaine Lefebvre de Cheverus

The Duke Of Leinster

The Duke Of Leinster

Colonel John Lemon

Colonel John Lemon

Robert R. Livingston

Robert R. Livingston

Captain William Locker

Captain William Locker

Mrs. Aaron Lopez And Her Son Jushua

Mrs. Aaron Lopez And Her Son Jushua

Captain Skeffington Lutwidge

Captain Skeffington Lutwidge

Captain John MacBride

Captain John MacBride

Commodore Thomas Macdonough

Commodore Thomas Macdonough

James Madison

James Madison

James Madison

James Madison

Dolley Payne Todd Madison (Mrs. James Madison)

Dolley Payne Todd Madison (Mrs. James Madison)

Francis Malbone And His Brother Saunders

Francis Malbone And His Brother Saunders

Man In A Green Coat

Man In A Green Coat

Don Carlos Maria Martinez de Yrujo y Tacon

Don Carlos Maria Martinez de Yrujo y Tacon

Sarah McKean, Marquesa de Casa Yrujo

Sarah McKean, Marquesa de Casa Yrujo

Elizabeth Beltzhoover Mason

Elizabeth Beltzhoover Mason

Catherine Wister Miles (Mrs. Samuel Miles)

Catherine Wister Miles (Mrs. Samuel Miles)

James Monroe

James Monroe

Sarah Wentworth Apthorp (Mrs. Perez Morton)

Sarah Wentworth Apthorp (Mrs. Perez Morton)

Catherine Daingerfield Willis Gray Murat, Princess Achille Murat

Catherine Daingerfield Willis Gray Murat, Princess Achille Murat

Moses Myers

Moses Myers

Eliza Judah Myers

Eliza Judah Myers

Philip Nicklin

Philip Nicklin

Louis-Marie, Vicomte de Noailles

Louis-Marie, Vicomte de Noailles

George Thomas John Nugent

George Thomas John Nugent

Harrison Gray Otis

Harrison Gray Otis

Mrs. Harrison Gray Otis

Mrs. Harrison Gray Otis

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One Response to “Gilbert Stuart (1755 – 1828)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    Gilbert Stuart was a really good and very prolific artist, even though he was helped by many disciples and collaborators.
    It could not be otherwise, because he, in his time, was undoubtedly the most demanded portrait painter in America. I think that the works were commissioned to him were so many, compared to other contemporary artists. If his students and helper have remained in the almost total anonymity, not Stuart’s fault, but more likely because they, without their master, were not able to work independently. In short, they were mere executors of the ideas and technique of their master, and nothing more.

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