William Verstille (ca.1757-1803) was an American artist who worked in Boston, Philadelphia and New York. He specialized in portraits. Examples of his artwork reside in the collections of the Harvard Art Museum, Massachusetts Historical Society, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, New York Historical Society, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Smithsonian, and Yale University.
- Deaths. Boston Gazette, Dec. 8, 1803
- "William Verstille, miniature painter ... Tremont Street, directly opposite the mansion house of Patrick Jeffrey. ... Specimens of Mr. V.'s performance may be seen ... at the book-store of messrs. West & Greenleaf, Cornhill." Independent Chronicle and the Universal Advertiser; Date: From Monday, August 31, -to Thursday, September 3, 1801
- Independent Gazetteer.; Date: 10-18-1783
- Metropolitan Museum of Art (October 2006). "William Verstille: George Henry Remsen (68.222.10)". Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. New York.
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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- William Dunlap (1918), History of the rise and progress of the arts of design in the United States, Boston: C.E. Goodspeed & co., OL 7047620M
- Theodore Bolton (1921), Early American portrait painters in miniature, New York: F. F. Sherman, OCLC 2100044, OL 6639319M
- Accounts of William Verstille. Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin 25, Jan. 1960
Mrs. Moses B. Russell by Verstille