Archibald Robertson (painter)
Archibald Robertson (May 8, 1765 – December 6, 1835) was a Scottish born painter who operated the Columbian Academy of Painting in New York with his brother Alexander. Known for his miniature portrait paintings, he was asked to paint George and Martha Washington soon after coming to the United States from Scotland. He with made watercolor landscape paintings and engravings. His book Elements of the Graphic Arts was published in 1802.