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At the Front (Art Print)

Sale price$39.95





At the Front depicts a Union soldier in camp near the Rapidan in Virginia. Painted by George Cochran Lambdin in 1866, it is possibly a portrait of the artist's younger brother, James Harrison Lambdin, who had enlisted in the Union Army in 1862.

During the American Civil War, the artist worked with the United States Sanitary Commission, distributing medicines and bandages to troops in the field. He painted genre scenes of camp life, and domestic scenes that often included soldiers.

This print is a Rebel Seed Studio "Restored Reproduction". Art reproduction images have been meticulously restored, professionally enlarged, and may be significantly enhanced. At our discretion, some imperfections on the print may remain untouched for authentic aesthetic purposes.

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At the Front (Art Print)
At the Front (Art Print) Sale price$39.95