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The Peacemakers (Art Print)

Sale price$39.95





Artist George Healy completed his painting The Peacemakers in 1868. It depicts the historic March 27, 1865, strategy session by the Union high command on the "River Queen" near Richmond, Virginia, during the final days of the Civil War. It was the only three-way meeting, during the war, between President Abraham Lincoln, General-in-Chief Ulysses S. Grant, and Major General William Tecumseh Sherman (also present was Rear Admiral David Dixon Porter).

Though the artist was not present at the meeting, he had previously painted portraits of the four men. To create the rendering of the event, he obtained information directly from Major General Sherman.

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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The Peacemakers (Art Print)
The Peacemakers (Art Print) Sale price$39.95