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Gilbert Stuart

Gilbert Charles Stuart (born Stewart) (December 3, 1755 – July 9, 1828) was an American painter from Rhode Island.

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Gilbert Stuart Birthplace
... The Gilbert Stuart Birthplace and Museum is a small museum located in Saunderstown, Rhode Island, USA ... On December 3, 1755, Gilbert Stuart, a famous American portraitist of the 18th and 19th centuries, was born in the colonial-era house located on the property ... The museum consists of the 1750 house in which Stuart was born, an operational snuff mill, an operational grist mill, a mill pond, streams, a fish ladder, nature trails, an herb garden, and a Welcome Center and gift shop ...
1932 Washington Bicentennial
2¢ - Scott #707 The likeness of Washington by Gilbert Stuart from a painting made at Germantown, Pa ... of Washington taken from a painting by Gilbert Stuart in 1795, now in the possession of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City ... the Post Office took care to place the widely loved Gilbert Stuart portrait of the president on the 2-cent stamp, which satisfied the normal first-class letter rate and would therefore get ...
Gilbert Stuart Birthplace - Museum
... The Gilbert Stuart Birthplace operates guided tours of the birthplace and gristmill Thursday through Monday, and is open from May until October ... Each room is also fitted with reproductions of Gilbert Stuart's most famous works, including the famous Athenaeum Portrait of George Washington (which is ... of the museum focus on the life and artwork of Gilbert Stuart, as well as descriptions of the colonial furnishings and objects ...

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