Portrait of George Washington [Equestrian]

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This portrait created an enduring national image of Washington. Rembrandt Peale intended this portrait to represent Washington as a man of noble deeds and selfless public service. The resulting image is now one of the leading patriotic and desirable images of Washington.
To create a “standard likeness” of Washington, Peale reviewed portraits of Washington done by other artists such as John Trumbull and Gilbert Stuart.

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