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Don Troiani's "The Last Salute"

Don Troiani's "The Last Salute"

Rush to the Summit. Col. Joshua Chamberlain. Battle of Getysburg. Civil War print by premier artist Mort Kunstler.

Rush to the Summit. Col. Joshua Chamberlain. Battle of Getysburg. Civil War print by premier artist Mort Kunstler.

La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam

La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam

Stonewall

Stonewall

mort kunstler civil war paintings | the-professor-from-virginia-thomas-j-jackson-at-vmi-mort-kunstler.jpg

mort kunstler civil war paintings | the-professor-from-virginia-thomas-j-jackson-at-vmi-mort-kunstler.jpg

" Brothers of Ireland" The Irish Brigade lead by General Meagher (in his green velvet suit) rushes to relieve the 9th Massachusetts (Irish) at the battle of Gaine's Mill. The Irish brigade had removed their coats because of the heat and fought in their shirt sleeves.

" Brothers of Ireland" The Irish Brigade lead by General Meagher (in his green velvet suit) rushes to relieve the 9th Massachusetts (Irish) at the battle of Gaine's Mill. The Irish brigade had removed their coats because of the heat and fought in their shirt sleeves.

From Edward Ellis's HISTORY OF OUR COUNTRY, published in New York by Francis R. Niglutch in 1899. Picture by H.A. Ogden. This unframed and unmounted engraving is in very good condition. There is usual

Ogden's History -Civil War - Thomas At Chickamauga - Chromolithograph - 1899

From Edward Ellis's HISTORY OF OUR COUNTRY, published in New York by Francis R. Niglutch in 1899. Picture by H.A. Ogden. This unframed and unmounted engraving is in very good condition. There is usual

" The Return of Stuart" by Mort Kunstler Civil War

" The Return of Stuart" by Mort Kunstler Civil War

The Barksdale Charge by Gary Lynn Roberts 	  Gettysburg. At six o'clock on the evening of July 2nd. 1863, after waiting impatiently for hours, Confederate General William Barksdale and his Mississippi Brigade were given permission to attack. Taking his position at the head of the Brigade, Barksdale led the charge, capturing a Federal battery in the process, and nearly breaking through the main Federal line. Barksdale was mortally wounded, and died in a Federal field hospital the next morning

The Barksdale Charge by Gary Lynn Roberts Gettysburg. At six o'clock on the evening of July 2nd. 1863, after waiting impatiently for hours, Confederate General William Barksdale and his Mississippi Brigade were given permission to attack. Taking his position at the head of the Brigade, Barksdale led the charge, capturing a Federal battery in the process, and nearly breaking through the main Federal line. Barksdale was mortally wounded, and died in a Federal field hospital the next morning

"The Last Council " Mort Kunstler Civil War

"The Last Council " Mort Kunstler Civil War

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