(1778 - 1860)
Rembrandt Peale was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Rembrandt Peale is known for portrait, historical genre, and animal painting, lithography.
Rembrandt Peale was born in 1778 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the
second son of Charles Willson Peale. At the age of eight he began to
draw. He painted his first portrait at the age of thirteen. At the age
of seventeen he painted the last portrait of George Washington to be
done from life, although there is some ambiguity as to how much help he
received from his father. He became a student at classes organized by
his father and other Philadelphia artists and also studied the
chemistry of pigments at the University of Pennsylvania's new medical
In 1796, together with his brother Raphaelle, he
established a museum in Baltimore, Maryland. He then assisted his
father in unearthing and ass ... Displaying 750 of 3113 characters.