1784, May 4 1865, July 17
an American artist and museum director. Born in Philadelphia, he was a son of artist-naturalist, Charles Willson Peale. In October 1855, he began keeping a journal, and he turned to still life painting, as an extension of his interest in natural history. In 1864, he returned to Philadelphia, and studied landscape painting with Edward Moran. In the last ten years of his life, he produced 130 paintings.
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