Art Gallery

Visitors will find thirteen original paintings by such artists as Sir Joshua Reynolds, Allan Ramsay, David Morier, Edward Penny, Robert Edge Pine, Carl Van Loo, George Knapton and Rembrandt Peale in the French and Indian War Art Gallery at Fort Ligonier. General James Abercromby, Queen Charlotte in Coronation Robes, King George II, William Pitt, John St. Clair, Sir John Ligonier and other well-known eighteenth century leaders are featured in the paintings.

Rembrandt Peale’s George Washington, depicts the young Virginia officer as he might have appeared at Fort Ligonier during the French and Indian War.

General James Abercromby by Allan Ramsay
c.1759-1760
Amherst in Canada by Robert Edge Pine
c.1759-1764
Queen Charlotte in Coronation Robes by the Studio of Allan Ramsay
c.1764-1768
William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland by David Morier
c.1747-1748
King George II by Robert Edge Pine
1759
King George III in Coronation Robes by the Studio of Allan Ramsay
c.1765-1770
Sir John Ligonier by Sir Joshua Reynolds
c.1760
John Campbell, Fourth Earl of Loudoun by Allan Ramsay
1754
Louis XV by Carl Van Loo
c.1755-1760
William Pitt the Elder by George Knapton
c.1748-1750
John St. Clair by Allan Ramsay
1754
George Washington by Rembrandt Peale
c.1825-1850
The Death of General Wolfe by Edward Penny
c.1763-1764
Mon - Sat: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sun: 11 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursdays & Fridays in Summer: Open 'til 7 PM!
Open year round. Seasonal hours mid-November thru mid-March (Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays - Museum only).
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