Discuss the oldest painting in the Collection during our next Artful Insight. Rembrandt Peale painted Porthole Portrait of George Washington in 1823. Portraiture was the first art form to reach the New World and played an important role in forming a national identity and advancing Westward progress. During the talk visitors will also have the opportunity to examine early portraits of American Indians by Charles Bird King and Henry Inman.
View early American paintings like Peale’s and surround yourself with many other inspiring images during a visit to the American Museum of Western Art–The Anschutz Collection. For information on public hours and tour times, please see the Hours and Admission or Purchase Tickets section of this website or contact us at info@AnschutzCollection.org or 303-293-2000.