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April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519. Italian painter.

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Here are all the paintings of Charles Bird King 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
79902 Detail of self-portrait of Charles Bird King aged 30, Charles Bird King Detail of self-portrait of Charles Bird King aged 30, Detail of self-portrait of Charles Bird King aged 30, oil on canvas, 30" x 25¼" Redwood Library Painting Collection. Bequest of the artist, 1862b (retouched, color-corrected, gif artifacts removed) cjr
80654 Hayne Hudjihini Charles Bird King Hayne Hudjihini Date c1822 Medium oil on panel Dimensions 44.4 x 35.2 cm (17.5 x 13.9 in) cjr
92639 Hayne Hudjihini (Eagle of Delight). Charles Bird King Hayne Hudjihini (Eagle of Delight). Date c1822 Medium oil on panel Dimensions 44.4 X 35.2 cm (17.5 X 13.9 in) TTD
45359 Jumger Omahaw,Kriegsadler Kleiner Missouri und Pawness Charles Bird King Jumger Omahaw,Kriegsadler Kleiner Missouri und Pawness mk181 1821 Ol auf Leinwand 91.8x71.1cm
80652 Monchousia Charles Bird King Monchousia Date c1822 Medium oil on panel Dimensions 44.4 x 35.1 cm (17.5 x 13.8 in) cjr
92637 Monchousia (White Plume) Charles Bird King Monchousia (White Plume) Date c1822 Medium oil on panel Dimensions 44.4 X 35.1 cm (17.5 X 13.8 in) TTD
80645 Petalesharo Charles Bird King Petalesharo Date c1822 Medium oil on panel Dimensions 44.4 x 35.1 cm (17.5 x 13.8 in) cjr
74969 Portrait of Louisa Adams, wife of John Quincy Adams Charles Bird King Portrait of Louisa Adams, wife of John Quincy Adams ca. 1821-25 Oil on canvas cjr
74623 Portrait of Mrs. William Charles Bird King Portrait of Mrs. William Portrait of Mrs. William (Elizabeth Meade Creighton), oil on canvas, 36 x 28 inches, Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, Georgia. Museum purchase; 1996.029 cjr
79911 Self-portrait of Charles Bird King aged 70 Charles Bird King Self-portrait of Charles Bird King aged 70 Self-portrait of Charles Bird King aged 70, Oil on canvas, 44½" x 34", Redwood Library Painting Collection. Bequest of the artist, 1861. cjr
80655 Sharitarish Charles Bird King Sharitarish Date c1822 Medium oil on panel Dimensions 44.6 x 35.1 cm (17.6 x 13.8 in) cjr
80653 Shaumonekusse. Charles Bird King Shaumonekusse. Date c1822 Medium oil on panel Dimensions 44.4 x 34.3 cm (17.5 x 13.5 in) chr
87663 Still Life on a Green Table Cloth Charles Bird King Still Life on a Green Table Cloth Oil on panel, 47.62 x 55.88 cm c. 1815 cjr
93785 The Poor Artist's Cupboard Charles Bird King The Poor Artist's Cupboard oil on panel, 29-3/4 x 27-3/4 in. circa 1815(1815) cjr
76576 wife of John Quincy Adams Charles Bird King wife of John Quincy Adams ca. 1821-25 Medium Oil on canvas cyf

Charles Bird King
American Painter, 1785-1862,is a United States artist who is best known for his portraiture. In particular, the artist is notable for the portraits he painted of Native American delegates coming to Washington D.C., which were commissioned by government's Bureau of Indian Affairs. Charles Bird King was born in Newport, Rhode Island as the only child of Deborah Bird and American Revolutionary veteran Captain Zebulon King. The family traveled west, but when King was four years old, his father was killed and scalped by Native Americans near Marietta, Ohio. King and his mother moved back to Newport to live with Bird's mother. When King was fifteen, he went to New York to study under the portrait painter Edward Savage. At age twenty he moved to London to study under the famous painter Benjamin West at the esteemed Royal Academy. King returned to the U.S. due to the War of 1812 after a seven-year stay in London, and spent time working in Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Richmond. He eventually settled in Washington, due to the economic appeal that the burgeoning city offered. In the nation's new capital, the artist earned a solid reputation as a portraitist among politicians, and earned enough to maintain his own studio and gallery. King's economic success in the art world, particularly in the field of portraiture, had more to do with his ability to socialize with the wealthy celebrities, and relate to the well educated politicians of the time: His industry and simple habits enabled him to acquire a handsome competence, and his amiable and exemplary character won him many friendse . These patrons included John Quincy Adams, John Calhoun, Henry Clay, James Monroe, and Daniel Webster .
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