Definition of Sully, Thomas in English:

Sully, Thomas

Syllabification: Sul·ly, Thomas
Pronunciation: /ˈsəlē
( 1783–1872), US artist; born in England. Chiefly a portrait painter, he produced pictures of Queen Victoria, the Marquis de Lafayette, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe. His historical paintings include The Passage of the Delaware (1819).

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