Civil War Art

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Artwork that focuses on anything relating to the Civil War.

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ACW Confederate: The Boy Major Benner's Hill - Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania July by Mark Maritato. Joseph White Latimer was the youngest Major in the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia. Military Art, Military History, American Civil War, American History, Gettysburg Battlefield, Civil War Art, Confederate States Of America, Civil War Photos, Civilization

"The Boy Major" by Mark Maritato. 19 Year old Joseph White Latimer, the youngest Major in the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, commands his 16-gun artillery battalion on Benner's Hill at Gettysburg. While dueling with Federal guns on Culps Hill, Latimer was mortally wounded by an enemy artillery shell; he died of his wounds almost a month after the battle.

Winfield Scott Hancock: “My politics are of a practical kind: the integrity of my country, the supremacy of the federal government, and an honorable peace, or none at all. Military Art, Military History, Military Uniforms, American Civil War, American History, Patriots History, Winfield Scott, Civil War Art, Civil War Photos

Winfield Scott Hancock: “My politics are of a practical kind: the integrity of my country, the supremacy of the federal government, and an honorable peace, or none at all.”

At Gettysburg

At Gettysburg

"The Dead Angle, Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia, June by Steve Noon Military Diorama, Military Art, Military Service, Military History, American Civil War, American History, Early American, Kennesaw Mountain, Civil War Art

La Pintura y la Guerra - Página 1099

Un lugar para publicar y analizar los cuadros de las grandes batallas de la humanidad, desde la antigua Grecia hasta la invencion del cine a sido el unico mo…

Terry's Texas Rangers, officially the Texas Cavalry.

8th Texas Cavalary "Terry`s Texas Rangers" C.S.A.

"On the Rim of the Volcano", by Keith Rocco. This painting depicts the fighting at the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, on November beneath the angle near the Carter cotton gin. American Civil War, American History, Civil War Art, Franklin Tennessee, Southern Heritage, Confederate States Of America, Military Art, Military Service, History Photos

The Battle of Franklin - Franklin was a disaster for the Army of Tennessee and the Confederate fight in the west. Franklin - by Rocco.

June CSS Alabama sinks off coast of France. Off the coast of Cherbourg, France, the Confederate raider CSS Alabamaloses a ship-to-ship duel with the USS Kearsarge and sinks to the floor of. Military Art, Military History, Military Service, Uss Kearsarge, Civil War Art, Naval History, Civil War Photos, Armada, American Civil War

Acorazados: 1861-1918

1864 06-19 CSS Alabama, contra el USS Kearsage en las cercanías de Cherburgo - Tom Freeman 1864 06-19 Último combate del CSS Alabama

Colonel Joshua Chamberlain, Battle of Gettysburg PA, Military Civil War Postcard for Like the Colonel Joshua Chamberlain, Battle of Gettysburg PA, Military Civil War Postcard?

MALVERN HILL (July Last day of the Seven Days Battle - Union artillery stops the Confederate assault of Malvern Hill, VA.

July 1, 1862 - In day 7 of the Seven Days Battle, Union artillery stopped a Confederate attack at Malvern Hill, Virginia. Gen. Robert E. Lee launched a series of disjointed assaults on the nearly impregnable Union position on Malvern Hill. Union forces commanded by Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan fired back, mowing down Southern soldiers seeking to charge up the slope toward them. All told, the Confederacy suffered more than 5,300 casualties in the day's fighting.

"Give Us Hood" by Don Troiani . The men of the Texas Regiment cheer their brigade Commander John Bell Hood during the Antietam Campaign of 1862 Military Art, Military History, American Civil War, American History, John Bell, Battle Of Antietam, Civil War Art, Confederate States Of America, Confederate Flag

"Give Us Hood" by Don Troiani. The men of the 1st Texas Regiment cheer their brigade Commander John Bell Hood during the Antietam Campaign of 1862.