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The Civil War was the greatest war in American history. Now you can capture the drama of these battles with Civil War Art Prints from some amazing artists!

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The Civil War was the greatest war in American history. Now you can capture the drama of these battles with Civil War Art Prints from some amazing artists!

Battlefield Gettysburg
Battlefield Gettysburg
 

John Paul Strain. On July 3, 1863, the final day of battle at Gettysburg, General Robert E. Lee meets with Col. Edward Alexander and Lt. General James Longstreet to discuss tactics to defeat General George Meade and his Union forces that, by the third day of fighting, held the high ground. Commemorating that battle which changed the tide of war in the Union Army's favor, this limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist. 29"x 19½" 

Battle for Little Round Top
Battle for Little Round Top

Battle for Little Round Top
Ron Lesser. On July 2, 1863, at the Battle of Gettysburg, the 20th Maine, under the command of Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, repeatedly repulsed the assaults of the 15th Alabama until they ran out of ammo and took up their bayonets in a charge that halted and captured a good portion of their enemies. This limited edition print, which depicts that bold maneuver, measures 28"x 19"; signed and numbered by the artist.

Stalemate At Hampton Roads
Stalemate At Hampton Roads - The USS Monitor & The CSS Virginia

Stalemate At Hampton Roads - The USS Monitor & The CSS Virginia 21"x9" size.

Stan Stokes. On March 9, 1862, history was made as the world's first battle between two ironclad warships broke out in the confined waters of Hampton Roads, Virginia. While the duel ended in a stalemate, it did prevent the CSS Virginia from breaking the Northern blockade of the Southern ports. Depicting that Civil War engagement between the USS Monitor and the CSS Virginia, this limited edition print measures 21"x 9" and is numbered.

The Lincoln Funeral Train - Print
The Lincoln Funeral Train - Print

The Lincoln Funeral Train
Robert Hunt. It's a somber spring day on April 22, 1865, as Pennsylvania Railroad Engine #331 leads President Abraham Lincoln's funeral train from Harrisburg to Philadelphia. The train used 42 different locomotives to make the trek from Washington, D.C., to Lincoln's burial site in Springfield, Illinois. This limited edition, canvas print, which commemorates the 150 year anniversary of that historic procession, is signed by the artist and measures 24"x 18".

An Apple for Traveller
An Apple for Traveller

An Apple For Traveller

Mort Künstler. On a cold night during the Civil War, Robert E. Lee checks on Traveller, the Confederate General's favorite steed. This limited edition, 23"x 17" print is signed and numbered by the artist.


Don Troiani - Onward Georgians

Onward Georgians

Capt. John T. Jordan rallies the 49th Georgia Volunteer Infantry over the tracks of the Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad during the decisive Confederate victory at the Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, on December 13, 1862

Hampton's Battery F Gettysburg Canvas Art
Hampton's Battery F Gettysburg Canvas Art

Beautiful Autumn Photo of Hampton's Battery in the defense of the Peach Orchard on the afternoon of July 2nd. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.