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Charles Willson Peale (1741 – 1827)

Posted by L. A. on May 27, 2014


The Artist In His Museum (Self-Portrait)

The Artist In His Museum (Self-Portrait)

The Peale Family

The Peale Family

The Artist's Mother And Her Grandchildren

The Artist’s Mother And Her Grandchildren

Self Portrait 1791

Self Portrait 1791

Self Portrait 1822

Self Portrait 1822

Self Portrait With Angelica And Portrait Of Rachel

Self Portrait With Angelica And Portrait Of Rachel

Rachel Brewer Peale (The Artist's First Wife)

Rachel Brewer Peale (The Artist’s First Wife)

Rachel Weeping

Rachel Weeping

James Peale Painting A Miniature

James Peale Painting A Miniature

James Peale - The Lamplight Portrait

James Peale – The Lamplight Portrait

Elizabeth DePeyster Peale (The Artist's Second Wife)

Elizabeth DePeyster Peale (The Artist’s Second Wife)

Raphaelle Peale

Raphaelle Peale

Titian Ramsay Peale

Titian Ramsay Peale

The Staircase Group - Raphaelle Peale And Titian Ramsay Peale

The Staircase Group – Raphaelle Peale And Titian Ramsay Peale

Elizabeth Digby Peale (Mrs. Rubens Peale)

Elizabeth Digby Peale (Mrs. Rubens Peale)

Hannah Moore Peale (The Artist's third wife)

Hannah Moore Peale (The Artist’s third wife)

James W. DePeyster

James W. DePeyster

Anna DePeyster

Anna DePeyster

Robert Ralston, Age 21

Robert Ralston, Age 21

Nathaniel Ramsay

Nathaniel Ramsay

Benjamin And Eleanor Ridgley Laming

Benjamin And Eleanor Ridgley Laming

David Rittenhouse

David Rittenhouse

Mary Tilghman (Mrs. Edward Roberts)

Mary Tilghman (Mrs. Edward Roberts)

Mr. And Mrs. Alexander Robinson

Mr. And Mrs. Alexander Robinson

Armand Tuffin de La Rouerie

Armand Tuffin de La Rouerie

Benjamin Rush

Benjamin Rush

Julia Stockton (Mrs. Benjamin Rush)

Julia Stockton (Mrs. Benjamin Rush)

Thomas Russell

Thomas Russell

Mrs. Thomas Russell

Mrs. Thomas Russell

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One Response to “Charles Willson Peale (1741 – 1827)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    In my opinion, this eighteenth-century artist, has painted some beautiful works, such as the two self-portraits (he evidently had a good consideration of himself) and other less beautiful. The third painting in the series mentioned above, “The Artist’s Mother And Her Grandchildren,” I find it very interesting for the top-down perspective.
    Too bad that in this beautiful painting, the child on the right, appears a little ugly, decidedly ugly.

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