Have you also noticed that there are no casualties
in this painting.....hardly possible at the time!.
You are correct about Troiani & Rocco, but Gallon
is a fine artist who also researches well.
At 07:10 AM 8/17/02 -0700, you wrote:
>That is the problem with many of the artist in this
>era. Too little research and too much speculation.
>Troiani is perhaps the only artist of this generation
>to get it right. That is way his works are in much
>demand. Rocco is close and a few others but most are
>at best fair artist that lack much in regards to
>On Don Stivers' painting of Burnside's Bridge,
>Message: 8 Date: Fri, 16 Aug 2002 13:42:33 EDT From:
>Pa128th@... Subject: Will you give us our Whiskey
>now? Ok, I found it - the above is the title. I have
>to check my sources, my memory is faulting me right
>now - I know it was one of the 51st - NY or Pa. The
>explanation under the print states it was a
>Pennsylvanian which means it would be the 51st Pa
>under then Colonel John Hartranft, but the officer in
>the painting doesn't look like Hartranft. <A
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