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Gilbert Charles Stuart

Stuart, Gilbert Charles (1755–1828), U.S. portrait painter, best known for the portrait of George Washington (1796) reproduced on the one-dollar bill. Praised for his use of color, technique, and psychological insight, he painted nearly 1,000 portraits and created a distinctive U.S. portrait style.

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