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John Trumbull (June 6, 1756 – November 10, 1843) was an American artist during the period of the American Revolutionary War and was notable for his historical paintings. His Declaration of Independence (1817) was used on the reverse of the two-dollar bill.
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John was born in 1756 the son of Jonathan Trumbull, Sr. (October 12, 1710 – August 17, 1785) (the original spelling, "Trumble") Governor of Connecticut from 1769 to 1784 and Faith Robinson Trumbull (1718–1780), daughter of Rev. John Robinson.
In 1800 John Trumbull married Sarah Hope Harvey Trumbull (1774-1824).
John Trumbull Wikipedia The Wikipedia biography has many images of John's paintings.
A newly published book in 2016 by Paul Strati entitled "Of Arms and Artists, The American Revolution through Painters' Eyes" profiles his life and work including reproductions of a number of his well-known pieces. pages 161-235 "Of Arms and Artists, The American Revolution through Painters' Eyes" by Paul Stairti, 2016 Bloombury Press, NY Call 759.13 STA 
Father - Jonathan Trumbull, Sr. (October 12, 1710 – August 17, 1785) (the original spelling, "Trumble")
Mother - Faith Robinson (1718–1780), daughter of Rev. John Robinson
Spouse - married in 1800, Sarah Hope Harvey Trumbull (1774-1824)
Child - John Ray Trumbull: In 1791, John had an illegitimate son with a household servant
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