Signing the Declaration of Independence, July 4th, 1776
Wall Mural – Large
Item #: 13219996A
144" x 96"
Ships in 3-5 Days
Wall Murals are a simple, affordable way to brighten up any space in your home or office. Transform an ordinary room into a tropical escape, celestial adventure, enchanted forest, or spectacular cityscape. This Wall Mural is made of three 4'x8' high quality laminated photographic paper panels. The mural surface wipes clean and is stain resistant. Murals are re-usable and repositionable. Removable, paint safe picture hanging strips are included for ease of hanging.
Hanging strips are recommended for use on a clean, smooth surface. We recommend two people for ease of installation. Detailed hanging instructions with diagram are included with purchase.
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“The Declaration of Independence” painted by prominent American Revolution artist John Trumbull, is a lasting testament to the men involved with this important historical event, created to immortalize them and their actions rather than to faithfully recreate the scene as it occurred. While creating this painting in his studio, one of 250 he painted in his lifetime, Trumbull left out the heads, waiting until he could complete them in person. While serving as a Revolutionary War soldier, Trumbull (1756 – 1843) drew accurate maps of enemy positions for General Washington, later commemorating important moments from the war in exceptional miniatures and small portraits.
Prominent American Revolutionary War artist, John Trumbull (1756 – 1843), son of the Governor of Connecticut, created the iconic work “The Declaration of Independence” which appears on the back of the two dollar bill. Despite the loss of one eye to a childhood accident, Trumbull completed 250 paintings including battle scenes to portraiture of President Washington. After Trumbull became President of the American Academy of Fine Arts, students rebelled against his dictatorial fervor to found The National Academy of Design. His masterpieces hang in the US Congress as well as in top collections at museums and universities.
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