25.01.2012 [Broadway World] - ... a vast range of American portraits, including paintings by Rembrandt Peale and GilbertStuart; all 435 of John James Audubon's extant preparatory watercolors for Birds of America; and an encyclopedic collection of more than 800 works documenting
17.02.2012 [Examiner.com] - The first Presidential portraits I spotted of George Washington by GilbertStuart (1755-1828) impressed me. His 1800 oil on canvas featured Washington in four canvases. According to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, "the present canvas (1800) was the
16.02.2012 [Danbury News Times] - Hallmark made 3500 copies of GilbertStuart's portrait of Washington for the 1969 gift. A print of Jefferson's portrait was given in 1970, Lincoln in 1971, Theodore Roosevelt in 1972 and James Monroe in 1973. Q: I own a glass plate that belonged to my
16.02.2012 [Patch.com] - A portrait of George Washington by GilbertStuart, painted in 1795 and now hanging in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Contributed What will you do this Presidents' Day weekend? Let Patch help you make the most of it with our list of the top events
09.02.2012 [Sarasota Herald-Tribune] - Featuring work by Renoir, Leger and GilbertStuart. 415 S. Pineapple Ave. 364-4300 CELERY BARN GALLERY: On display through the end of February, contemporary sculptures, original oils, figure drawings and giclees by Beverly A. Smith and Jini Mount.
27.01.2012 [GalleristNY] - Tillou Gallery's is arguably the most iconic, a circa 1810-20 work after one of GilbertStuart's famed originals that has the wig-sporting politician posing with a clenched jaw in a velvet overcoat. He's more somber in a remarkably similar work over at
10.02.2012 [WNYC] - Chair photo by Bruce White for the White House Historical Association) Other items acquired on Mrs. Nixon's watch include an 1821-'26 portrait of Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams (aka Mrs. John Quincy Adams) by GilbertStuart, a 1795 cut glass chandelier
01.02.2012 [Brooklyn Rail] - When they were older, the same kids would be taken to the Museum of Fine Arts and would see Revere's silver, GilbertStuart's portrait of Revere, and other paintings and examples of material culture from the Revolutionary War period.