|Martin Van Buren, official White House portrait, 1858, G.P.A. Healy|
|Martin Van Buren's National Portrait Gallery|
image is also by G.P.A. Healy based heavily
on his full-length portrait done earlier.
|Matthew Brady's photo portrait of Van Buren and a moderately successful digital|
colorization of the image. The color version would never be mistaken for a
G.P.A. Healy painted portrait, but it better than such efforts in years past.
|A bright, handsome, star rising from New York politics in the early 1830s.|
|Martin Van Buren as seen by Henry Inman, Shepherd Alonzo Mount, Daniel Huntington,|
and Francis Alexander. You can almost watch as Van Buren grows older. The
Alexander portrait today hangs in the Red Room of the White House.
|Said to be Van Buren by John Langendoerffer|
the painting is likely one of Van Buren's sons.
|Van Buren's wife, Hannah, and daughter-in-law Angelica.|
|Bust of Martin Van Buren,|
1836-40, Hiram Powers
|Martin Van Buren by Edward Hlavka|
|Martin Van Buren, courtesy of |