Surrender At Appomattox, by Tom Lovell. This amazingly detailed print depicts the events of April 9, 1865, when General Robert E. Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant, effectively bringing the American Civil War to a close. Print comes both unframed (Measures 17" x 25" - $47.95) and framed (Measures 21" x 29.5" - $295.00). ** Large framed prints require additional handling fees for shipping due to size and weight **
Museum of the Confederacy Collection. Painted by Everett B.D.Julio, 1869. Originally titled "The Heroes of Chancellorsville", the painting depicts Gen. R.E.Lee and Lt.Gen. "Stonewall" Jackson meeting prior to Jackson's stunning victory and tragic death at Chancellorsville in May 1863. Available unframed in sizes 11" x 13" (24.95) and 19" x 26" ($50.00). Available framed in sizes 16" x 18" ($95.00) and 25" x 30" ($199.00). Please select your desired size from the menu below.
A dynamic print featuring some of the most famous items belonging to Major General J.E.B. Stuart. Included in the print are his famous plumed hat, his gauntlets and his LeMat revolver, all shown prominently against the backdrop of a Confederate Battle Flag. Print measures 20 x 17.5.
Robert Knox Sneden was a map-maker in the Army of the Potomac. In 1863, Sneden was captured by men under the command of Colonel John Singleton Mosby and was led to prison in Richmond, Virginia. This is an amazingly accurate watercolor map of the Confederate capital drawn by Sneden during his imprisonment. Measures 24 x 30.
Features finely detailed images of the flags of the Confederacy as well as images of the great Confederate leaders including: Jefferson Davis, Alexander Stephens, Generals Lee, Jackson, Stuart, Price, Polk, Hardee, J. Johnston, Smith, Morgan, Ewell, Hampton, Cooper, Longstreet, A.P. Hill, Hood, Bragg,and Beauregard. (11 X 14)