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December 3

Gilbert Stuart

1828 – Gilbert Stuart was born in North Kingston, Rhode Island. A famous Unitarian American portraitist, he studied portraiture in London and Edinburgh and became one of the most famous American artists, painting portraits of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and John Adams.

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