Tag: civil war art

  • Creating the “Remember Gettysburg!” 150th Anniversary Poster

    Editor’s Note: The following guest post is from the creator of the “Remember Gettysburg!” 150th Anniversary poster, Jean-Pierre Got.  For those of you interested, the poster is sale at www.GettysburgAddress.com. My work as a «travelling poster artist» often takes me to many historical places. So when I was in Leesburg, signing its «Wine Country Half […]

  • Q and A with John Paul Strain

    Since 1991, John Paul Strain has been painting Civil War pieces, giving Civil War enthusiasts like myself the opportunity to travel back in time to pivotal moments in the War Between the States. Mr. Strain’s work allows the viewer to feel as though they are a part of that moment and experience the emotions of […]

  • Short Takes

    Regardless of what you think caused the Late Unpleasantness, state’s rights remain a live issue, enough to make the Christian Science Monitor devote an article to it. As you might expect, South Carolina is involved: Atlanta – There’s an old joke in South Carolina: Confederate President Jefferson Davis may have surrendered at the Burt-Stark mansion […]

  • Odds & Ends: July 25, 2008

    It’s been a little while since our last Odds & Ends, so I figured it was high time we took another look around the Civil War blogosphere and also skim through other Civil War related items of interest.  We’ll tackle the Civil War blogs today and have a bonus Odds & Ends on Saturday dealing […]