Rembrandt Peale (22 February 1778 - 3 October 1860) was a United States Neoclassical painter. Peale was born in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the second son of Charles Willson Peale, also a well known professional artist. He spent most of his career in Philadelphia.
This portrait of Thomas Jefferson by Rembrandt Peale reflects the president's famous serenity and warm personality. It was painted in Philadelphia in 1800 and now hangs in the Blue Room. Framed.
Thomas Jefferson art print is Approx. 15" x 17 1/4" and makes a wonderful gift of American history.
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The White House Director pen set is beautifully designed in cherry-wood that includes two pens: one you twist to expose the ball point and one with a removable cap, both pens are inscribed with “The White House, Washington, DC” and have a likeness of the White House etched onto their barrels.Click for More Details