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This portrait of Thomas Jefferson is considered an accurate likeness, painted when he was thirty-sev

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This portrait of Thomas Jefferson is considered an accurate likeness, painted when he was thirty-seven years old. Its artist, just twenty at the time, was the American painter Rembrandt Peale. Rembrandt’s father—the painter Charles Willson Peale—also named his other sons after painters: Rubens, Titian, Raphaelle, and Titian II.
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