Rare Troiani print F/S
Don Troiani was commissioned by the US Army to execute this rendering of the 4th Alabama at the Battle of First Manassas as a tribute to the National Guard heritage (the 1st Bn, 167th Inf, Alabama NG is the lineal descendant of the Confederate 4th Alabama). It depicts Brig. Gen. Bernard Bee (the man who gave "Stonewall" Jackson his nom de guerre on that same fateful day...) ordering the 4th into action. The battle honors of the 4th Alabama included every major battle of the war in the Eastern Theater and they never surrendered their colors!
The print measures 20 x 24 in. overall (18 1/4 x 21 1/2 image area, incl. captioning text). Sorry for "fisheye" effect of photo--couldn't be helped, I'm afraid. The detail is of course awesome, and you are not likely to see this print available anywhere else (I've never seen another offered for sale). It was printed in 1984, and that's when I got it--well actually, I have TWO copies: I had one mounted on archival quality acid-free foam art board, and the other has never been mounted, matted or framed.
You can own the one that's mounted on the art board for $50 shipped--the unmounted copy will set you back slightly less--$40 shipped.
TERMS: Money Order or PayPal (contact me before using PayPal!). Email me at adennichols[at]gmail[dot]com (DO NOT PM me please). First come, first served, based on email time stamp. No “holds” please. I am not responsible for loss or damage in US Postal service.
The unmounted copy is sold. The copy that is mounted on the foam art board is still available.
Last edited by neocelt; 05-25-2009 at 09:08 PM.
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