The sitter (?-1814), a daughter of Roger Brooke, was married to a tobacco planter in Calvert, Maryland. Charles Willson Peale (American, Chester, Maryland 1741–1827 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Peale portrayed Mrs. Mifflin, born Rebecca Edgell, in the act of instructing her granddaughter in virtue and morals from an emblem book. The atmosphere of affectionate serenity with which the well-knit group is... more
The sitter (1760-1814) was the daughter of Francis Bowes and Rachel Le Chevalier of Trenton. Charles Willson Peale (American, Chester, Maryland 1741–1827 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
This bust was executed in Paris in 1781 after a painting by Charles Wilson Peale from 1776. The sculptor was a pupil of Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne. Louis Jacques Pilon (French, 1741–after 1806)
Hair is in gold oval case within velvet-lined container; verso of James Madison's oval portrait miniature by Charles Willson Peale. Recto contains portrait miniature of Madison given to Catherine "Kitty" Floyd.... more
Gold-cased oval portrait miniature in velvet-lined container. Presented to the Library of Congress on June 15, 1977, by Rear Admiral Schuyler N. Pyne, U.S.N. Retired, of Annapolis, Md., a descendant of Catherine Floyd.
Print of ornament on the title page of the Universal Asylum and Columbian Magazine shows a female figure representing America sitting amid abundance while enjoying the prosperity of peace. Title devised by Libr... more
In 1771, Peale painted a large portrait (whereabouts unknown) of his wife, Rachel (1744–1790), with their third child, Eleanor (1770–1773), to celebrate the child's first year of life. Their first two children ... more
Bust silhouette portrait shows a man, perhaps the son of Amie Jacques Alexandre Goujaud Bonpland (1773-1858), facing left. Bonpland, along with Alexandre von Humboldt, toured South America identifying and class... more
Listed in Detroit Publishing Co. negative log by McCormick, 1913. Title based on LC-D415-50260. "050260" and "050260" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 050260. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.
Title devised by Library staff. Photograph of a painting by Charles Wilson Peale, possibly painted while Dearborn served as a member of Congress in Washington, between 1796 and 1797; in Independence Hall.
Pitt, William.; Peale, Charles Willson.; Copy 2 is a Photostat.; Copy 2 formerly numbered as Portfolio 162, Folder 22a.; On verso of copy 1: 00438211; on folder: M.C. # 09-82-038.126.; On verso of copy 2: [stam... more