• Full Size (blank border included) 17.5 x 12.5 inches (1.5 feet wide).
• Printed on acid-free archival-quality fine art heavy paper.
• It is fade resistance and virtually eliminates glare.
• Free shipping to United States.
Beautiful Civil War giclee reproduction of the excellent art of the battle created by Kurz and Allison (1885). Their artworks are highly stylized with bright, dramatic colors, drawn in a broad, graphic style.
It depicts the Battle of Spotsylvania fought between May 8-21, 1864. Principal Commanders: Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant and Maj. Gen. George G. Meade (US); Gen. Robert E. Lee (CS). Result: Inconclusive (Grant continued his offensive). This battle is also known as Combats at Laurel Hill and Corbin’s Bridge (May 8); Ni River (May 9); Laurel Hill, Po River, and Bloody Angle (May 10); Salient or Bloody Angle (May 12-13); Piney Branch Church (May 15); Harrison House (May 18); Harris Farm (May 19).
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Watermarks do not appear on the purchased print.
Printed in USA.
American Civil War, US Civil War, War Between the States, Union, Confederate.