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Andy Thomas Civil War Art

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...The Bayonet or Retreat

The Battle of Prairie Grove - December 7th, 1862.
Andy Thomas. The 37th Illinois Infantry regiment advances into the apple orchard behind the Borden House, driving back another Confederate counterattack. 25˝"x 18˝" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist. $49.95
 


Charge at Mine Creek

The Battle of Mine Creek. Andy Thomas. Union troops attack the core of the Confederate battle line at Mine Creek, which was the Civil War's largest cavalry battle west of the Mississippi River. 25"x 19" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist. $49.95


Don't Yield an Inch

Battle of Wilson's Creek.
Andy Thomas. As Confederate commanders confer on horseback, the left flank of the Southern line prepares to once again fend off Union forces at Bloody Hill. 25"x 19" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist. $49.95


On the Battery

Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas
Andy Thomas. On March 7th, 1862, the 10,500-man Union Army of the Southwest, under the command of Brigadier General Samuel Curtis, engages the 16,000 troops of Major General Earl Van Dorn's Confederate Army of the West near Elkhorn Tavern. 25"x 19" artist proof print is signed and numbered by the artist. $49.95
 


The Charge of Shelby's Iron Brigade

Andy Thomas. On September 22, 1863, a column of 800 Confederate cavalry troops with two pieces of artillery and 12 wagons roll out of their camp near Arkadelphia, Arkansas, beginning one of the most daring cavalry raids of the Civil War: Shelby's Missouri Raid of 1863. 25"x 19" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist. $49.95
 


The Guns of Vicksburg

Andy Thomas. On April 16, 1863, during Grant's campaign in the West, Union gunboats and transports tried to sneak past Vicksburg with lights blackened and smokestacks muffled. The Confederates, of course, saw them and opened fire lighting up the night sky. 25"x 19" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist. $49.95


The Sinking of the CSS Alabama

Andy Thomas. The able and experienced crew of the CSS Alabama had spent two years preying on merchant ships - rarely did they engage warships. So when the final battle commenced, the gunners of the USS Kearsarge fired with greater accuracy, dooming the Alabama to its sinking outside the harbor of Cherbourg, France. 25"x 19" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist. $49.95

 

 

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