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In the 1880's the Louis Prang & Co. of Boston published an important commemorative series of pictures depicting famous battle scenes of the Civil War. There have been many early paintings and prints illustrating scenes of the Civil War, however, none have been more popular or more acclaimed by critics than the chromo-lithographs of Louis Prang.
Each Civil War Print is printed on high quality, archival-grade paper ready-to-frame and is shipped in a heavyweight cardboard tube.
Please Note: ALL Civil War Prints are 18" x 24" unless otherwise stated.
President Lincoln sent General McClellan in pursuit of the Confederate invaders, converging with General Robert E. Lee at Sharpsburg, Maryland. From sunrise until dusk on September 17, 1862, the Union army made repeated assaults on the Confederate..
Union General Grant had recently arrived in Chattanooga with reinforcements to break the Confederate siege. Standing on Orchard Knob, to the right of the signal flag, Generals Gordon Granger, George Thomas and Ulysses Grant watch as their Union tr..
Before dawn on December 11, Union soldiers and engineers began to launch and fasten together pontoon boats to bridge the Rappahannock River. The Confederate sharpshooters waited until it was light, and when the fog lifted, they opened fire on the ..
The climax of the Battle of Gettysburg came on the afternoon of July 3rd, 1863. Confederate Lt. Gen James Longstreet ordered three divisions, including General George Pickett's division of 5,500 men, to charge across an open field against the cent..
Confederate artillery on the heights of Kennesaw Mountain rains shells down on General Logan's Union troops as they mass for their assault on the morning of June 27, 1864. Sherman's plan called for a diversionary move against Kennesaw Mountain on ..
Union Admiral Farragut with his armada of warships and ironclads steams into Mobile Bay on August 5, 1864. His ships exchange fire with Confederate Fort Morgan. The Union ironclad "Tecumseh" hits a Confederate torpedo and sinks. Farragut was then ..
Port Hudson, Louisiana was strategically important to protect Vicksburg, Mississippi farther up the Mississippi River, from the Union fleet. Admiral Farragut with seven ships decided to run the gauntlet past Port Hudson on the night of March 14, 1..
On April 6, 1862 the Confederates made a surprise attack on Union troops at Pittsburg Landing in Tennessee. This print shows the Union troops, under Brig. General Benjamin Prentiss, who held out for six hours, withstanding a dozen confederate assa..
The "Bloody Angle" took place at a strategic crossroads that controlled the shortest route to Richmond. General Lee's Confederate troops built a complex series of trenches and embankments to protect their position. On May 12, 1864, General Grant's..
This view is from the deck of the Union ship "Kearsarge" as it sinks the Confederate raider "Alabama" off the coast of France on July 19, 1864. The up close view of the sailors in action and the blood on the deck illustrate the effort and sacrific..
Union General Grant put Philip Sheridan in charge of the Army of the Shenandoah to dispose of the Confederate Army under General Early. Sheridan's predawn attack near Winchester, on September 19, 1864, met with moderate success. After eight hours ..
General Grant ordered Union troops to attack Confederate defenses at several points simultaneously on May 22 , 1863. In this scene, troops move forward in a hail of gunfire at the Railroad Redoubt. A Union soldier climbs up the Confederate breastw..