John Trumbull

John Trumbull (June 6, 1756November 10, 1843) was an American painter and military officer best known for his historical paintings of the American Revolutionary War, of which he was a veteran. He has been called the "Painter of the Revolution". Trumbull's ''Declaration of Independence'' (1817), one of his four paintings that hang in the United States Capitol rotunda, is used on the reverse of the current United States two-dollar bill. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Trumbull, John
Published 1782
Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, near the Great Bridge

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by Trumbull, John
Published 1794
Printed at Exeter, by Henry Ranlet, and sold at his office, also, by most of the booksellers in Boston

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by Trumbull, John
Published 1792
printed for J. S. Jordan, No. 166, Fleet-Street

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by Trumbull, John
Published 1776
Philadelphia, printed: London, reprinted for J. Almon, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly

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by Trumbull, John
Published 1775
Re-printed by Thomas and Samuel Green

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by Trumbull, John
Published 1797
for Archibald Loudon, bookseller, by George Kline

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by Trumbull, John
Published 1782
Printed and sold by Nathaniel Patten, a few rods north of the Court-House

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by Trumbull, John
Published 1775
Printed and sold by William and Thomas Bradford, at the London coffee-house

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by Trumbull, John
Published 1799
Printed by Manning & Loring, for Ebenezer Larkin, no. 47, Cornhill

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by Trumbull, John
Published 1785
Printed by Peter Edes, in State-Street

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by Trumbull, John
Published 1793
printed for Chapman and Co. No. 161, Fleet-Street

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by Huntington, Joseph
Published 1776
Printed by John Trumbull, and sold at his printing-office near the meeting-house
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