• Full Image (Not cropped) 21.5 x 15 x 0.75 inches—1.8 feet wide.
• The Sides are Mirror Reflection of Main Image or Color Edges.
• 0.75 inch depth Gallery Wrapped around real wooden stretcher.
• Printed on Fine Art Artist's Canvas.
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• Coating Protection (Incidental Water/UV Light).
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Beautiful Civil War Canvas giclée reproduction of the excellent picture of battle created by Kurz & Allison (1885). Their artworks are highly stylized with bright, dramatic colors, drawn in a broad, graphic style.
It depicts the Battle of Five Forks, Virginia. fought on April 1, 1865. Sheridan personally directed the attack, which extended Lee’s Petersburg lines to the breaking point. Loss of Five Forks threatened Lee’s last supply line, the South Side Railroad. The next morning, Lee informed Jefferson Davis that Petersburg and Richmond must be evacuated. Principal Commanders: Major General Philip Sheridan (Union); Major General George Pickett (Confederate).
Printed in USA.
The watermark will not appear on purchased print.
American Civil War, US Civil War, War Between the States, Union, Confederate.