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
Print shows a view of the Delaware River from an elevated vantage point with pine trees in the foreground, the Delaware River, and in the distance, pasture land and farm buildings.
Print shows sheet music with musical notation and words, including the second verse, to the song "Oft in the stilly night arranged for the Spanish guitar, by B.F. Peale." Title from item. Publication date based... more
Print showing religious allegory based on a poem by Beilby Porteus, Bishop of London. Death sits on his throne in a cave. His agents include war, fire, famine, pestilence, pleasure, intemperance, remorse, delir... more
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