|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