statue of the patriot.
He labored long for the establishment of an academy of fine arts in Philadelphia, and when it was founded he co-operated faithfully in its management, and contributed to seventeen annual exhibitions.
Most of his family inherited his artistic and philosophical tastes.
He died in Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 22, 1827.
Rembrandt, his son, born in Bucks county, Pa., Feb. 22, 1778; died in Philadelphia, Oct. 3, 1860; painted a portrait of Washington from life, which is now in the Senate chamber in Washington, and was commended by personal friends of the patriot as the best likeness of him (excepting Houdon's statue) ever made.
He studied under West in London, and, going to Paris, painted portraits of many eminent men for his father's museum.
Charles Wilson Peale's youngest son, Titian Ramsey, born in Philadelphia in 1800; died there, March 13, 1885, was also a painter and naturalist.
He was painter and naturalist to the South Sea Surveying and Exploring Expedition.