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Peale's self-portrait, c. 1791, now housed at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Peale's self-portrait, c. 1791, now housed at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
Peale's Self-portrait (c. 1782–1785) with his daughter Angelica as he works on a portrait of his wife Rachel
Peale's Self-portrait (c. 1782–1785) with his daughter Angelica as he works on a portrait of his wife Rachel
Peale's portrait Washington at Princeton (1779) sold for $21.3 million in 2005, the most ever paid for a portrait in the United States. It is now hous
Peale's portrait Washington at Princeton (1779) sold for $21.3 million in 2005, the most ever paid for a portrait in the United States. It is now housed at Yale University Art Gallery
Peale's The Artist in His Museum, an 1822 self-portrait now displayed at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia.
Peale's The Artist in His Museum, an 1822 self-portrait now displayed at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia.
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A 1765 handbill, announcing an upcoming "Sons of Liberty" public event.
A 1765 handbill, announcing an upcoming "Sons of Liberty" public event.
The Bostonian Paying the Excise-Man, 1774 British anti-American propaganda cartoon, referring to the tarring and feathering of Boston Commissioner of
The Bostonian Paying the Excise-Man, 1774 British anti-American propaganda cartoon, referring to the tarring and feathering of Boston Commissioner of Customs John Malcolm four weeks after the Boston Tea Party. The men also are shown pouring "Tea" down Malcolm's throat; note the noose hanging on the Liberty Tree and the Stamp Act posted upside-down
1st row: Samuel Adams • Benedict Arnold • John Hancock • Patrick Henry • James Otis, Jr. 2nd row: Paul Revere • James Swan • Alexander McDougall • Ben
1st row: Samuel Adams • Benedict Arnold • John Hancock • Patrick Henry • James Otis, Jr. 2nd row: Paul Revere • James Swan • Alexander McDougall • Benjamin Rush • Charles Thomson 3rd row: Joseph Warren • Marinus Willett • Oliver Wolcott • Christopher Gadsden • Haym Salomon Not pictured: Hercules Mulligan, Thomas Melvill, Isaac Sears