George Peter Alexander Healy

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George Peter Alexander Healy

George Peter Alexander Healy (1813–1894) was an American painter. He is mostly known for the portraits he made,

He made portraits of Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun, Arnold Henri Guyot, William H. Seward and Louis Philippe. He also made portraits of the US presidents from John Quincy Adams bis Ulysses S. Grant. His works also include The Peacemakers (1868) and Abraham Lincoln (1869).

He died, aged 80, on June 24, 1894 in Chicago.