John Trumbull


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Noun1.John Trumbull - American painter of historical scenes (1756-1843)John Trumbull - American painter of historical scenes (1756-1843)
2.John Trumbull - American satirical poet (1750-1831)John Trumbull - American satirical poet (1750-1831)
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Fifteen years younger than Peale, Connecticut's John Trumbull (1756-1843) fared better.
The author uses classic paintings by John Trumbull as images to capture how civilian leaders (and the people they serve) see the generals and how the generals see themselves vis-a-vis civilian leaders.
Visitors to the exhibition will see familiar figures, such as the renowned John Trumbull portrait of Alexander Hamilton that inspired the image on our $10 bill, and also will come face-to-face with New Yorkers like Richard Varick, of Varick Street in Greenwich Village, and the Brooks family, of Brooks Brothers fame, whose names are part of the city's fabric but whose stories remain untold to a broad audience.
In No Man Is Safe, 2014, a passage from Mobb Deep's 1995 song "Survival of the Fittest" has been incised over an oil sketch by John Trumbull of a white lieutenant in the Continental army fighting alongside a black slave named Key.
In the autumn of 1825, artists John Trumbull, William Dunlap and Asher B.
The John Trumbull Collection, for example, contains his masterpieces such as "George Washington Before the Battle of Trenton" and "The Declaration of Independence.
Alternating Washington's turns in the chair with episodes in the lives of painters such as John Trumbull and Gilbert Stuart, he shows us how the course of human events in the young nation helped to break new ground in image-making as well.
Sixteen-year-old John Trumbull, for example, borrowed William Hogarth's The Analysis of Beauty of 1753 from the Harvard College Library on 28 February 1772.
However, the identification of the familiar painting by John Trumbull on page 33 as "The Signing of the Declaration of Independence" is inaccurate.