President George Washington, who considered lengthy portrait sittings for artists mind numbing, is seen in a 1795 oil painting by Rembrandt Peal. The painting is one of a number of pieces of art seen in the "George And Martha Washington: Portraits for the Presidential Years" exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. The show runs through Aug. 8, 1999. (AP Photo/National Portrait Gallery) 1795 OIL ON CANVAS BY R. PEAL
President George Washington, who considered lengthy portrait sittings for artists mind numbing, is seen in a 1795 oil painting by Rembrandt Peal. The painting is one of a number of pieces of art seen in the "George And Martha Washington: Portraits for the Presidential Years" exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. The show runs through Aug. 8, 1999. (AP Photo/National Portrait Gallery) 1795 OIL ON CANVAS BY R. PEAL AP Photo/National Portrait Gallery
President George Washington, who considered lengthy portrait sittings for artists mind numbing, is seen in a 1795 oil painting by Rembrandt Peal. The painting is one of a number of pieces of art seen in the "George And Martha Washington: Portraits for the Presidential Years" exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. The show runs through Aug. 8, 1999. (AP Photo/National Portrait Gallery) 1795 OIL ON CANVAS BY R. PEAL AP Photo/National Portrait Gallery