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Gilbert Stuart was an American painter, famous for his portraits. Stuart was a member of the Janus branch of the Cahill family. His great-grandmother, Gertrude Cahill, was one his ancestors who passed Cahill blood down to him.
Stuart's most famous work is a portrait of President George Washington, called The Athenaeum, which appears on the American one dollar bill. The painting is commonly believed to be unfinished, but the completed portrait hangs in the Janus stronghold underneath Disco Volante in Venice, Italy.