John Trumbull

1756 - 1843

John Trumbull

John Trumbull (; June 6, 1756 – November 10, 1843) was a Revolutionary War veteran and an American artist of the early independence period, notable for his historical paintings of the American Revolutionary War. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of John Trumbull has received more than 517,698 page views. His biography is available in 22 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 1,052nd most popular painter.

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Among painters, John Trumbull ranks 1,051 out of 1,258Before him are Adolph Tidemand, Carl Joseph Begas, Max Weber, Ernst Josephson, Barbara Hepworth, and Richard Estes. After him are Princess Fahrelnissa Zeid, Bertha Wegmann, Jóhannes Sveinsson Kjarval, Benjamin West, Joaquín Sabina, and Theodoric of Prague.

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Among people born in 1756, John Trumbull ranks 29Before him are Jean-Antoine Chaptal, Duke Louis of Württemberg, Paul Wranitzky, Karl Philipp Moritz, Guillaume-Antoine Olivier, and Jan Śniadecki. After him are Henry Raeburn and Henry Lee III. Among people deceased in 1843, John Trumbull ranks 19Before him are Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex, Alexis Bouvard, Charles Macintosh, Miguel Ricardo de Álava, Ippolito Rosellini, and John Biscoe. After him are Francis Scott Key, Washington Allston, Josep Bonaplata i Corriol, and John Claudius Loudon.

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Among people born in United States, John Trumbull ranks 3,837 out of 12,171Before him are Taylor Lautner (1992), Yogi Berra (1925), Paul Reiser (1957), George Andrew Reisner (1867), Rahsaan Roland Kirk (1935), and Charles T. Kowal (1940). After him are Roy J. Plunkett (1910), Keenen Ivory Wayans (1958), Laurie Metcalf (1955), Anthony Franciosa (1928), Michael Richards (1949), and John Terry (1950).