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The Slaughter Pen Farm - Battle Of Fredericksburg, Virginia
Painting - Oil On Canvas
This expansive artwork depicts the sweeping assault of Major General William B. Franklin across the area that would become known as the Slaughter Pen Farm against Confederate positions commanded by General Thomas J. Jackson. Union soldiers under the command of General John Gibbon's Division advance across fields and storm over the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomic Railroad to engage the troops of General James H. Lane's North Carolina Brigade. Depicted in this painting are the 107th Pennsylvania infantry (USA), commanded by Colonel Thomas F. McCoy and the 37th North Carolina Infantry (CSA). Shown in the painting are the newly issued flags of Lane's brigade as well as the flags and Austrian Lorenz rifles carried by the Pennsylvanians. On horseback is Colonel Adrian Root who commanded the first brigade. This artwork is available now in signed print editions. Both limited and open editions available. The Original oil painting is available please contact us for pricing if interested, Please visit www.maritato.com to purchase.
February 21st, 2019
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