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Keith Rocco Civil War Art Paintings

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Always Ready

Keith Rocco.
Limited edition print depicts the 9th New York Hawkin's Zouaves at Antietam. Signed and numbered by artist. 24"x 16½".


Confederate Vedette

Keith Rocco.
Laurel Brigade Cavalry, Shenandoah Valley.  A Confederate trooper on outpost duty. 20"x 16" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
 

 

The Last Full Measure

1st Minnesota Regiment at Gettysburg.
"Charge those lines," ordered Gen. Winfield Hancock, pointing in the direction of the Peach Orchard and Plum Run. With bayonets fixed and rifles at right-shoulder shift, the 1st Minnesota broke toward Cadmus Wilcox's Confederate brigade. When it was all over just 15 minutes later, only 47 men rallied to the 1st Minnesota's banner while 215 of their comrades - including all of their officers - lay on the field. 24"x 17¼" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
 


Key to Corinth

Keith Rocco.
Battery Robinette. Advancing under the deadly enfilading fire of artillery, Colonel William P. Rogers of the 2nd Texas Infantry leads his men against the heavily defended Union Battery Robinett. "Oh we were butchered like dogs" one survivor remembered. Ultimately, the attempt to capture the Union guns failed. 16½"x 25" print is signed and numbered by the artist.
 


Save the Colors

Keith Rocco.
Limited edition print depicts the Duryee's Zouaves, 5th New York at Second Manassas. Signed and numbered by the artist. 14¼"x 9¼". $74.95


The Lions of the Hour

The VMI Cadets at the Battle of New Market, May 15, 1864. The fire intensified around the outbuildings and the mud pulled at their boots. Struggling forward through the churned up barnyard, they crossed the white farm fences, reaching the rail fence on the north edge of the orchard. Letting loose a volley, the fresh, excited cadets filled the gap in the faltering Confederate line. 22"x 17" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.

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