Definition of Trumbull, John in English:

Trumbull, John

proper noun

  • (1756–1843), US artist. He is noted for his large scenes, particularly of the American Revolution, and created paintings for the rotunda of the Capitol in Washington, DC. He also painted "“The Declaration of Independence”" (1796) and several portraits of George Washington.

Pronunciation:

Trumbull, John

/ˈtrəmbəl/