Heart of Texas - Open Edition Signed Art Print
Heart of Texas
1st Texas infantry Regiment - Texas Brigade
Battle of Antietam
September 17, 1862
The First Texas Infantry Regiment of John Bell Hood's Famed Texas Brigade fighting in the cornfield at the battle of Antietam. Mad as demons for having to leave the first real breakfast in days they were about to eat. The Texas Brigade, with the First Texas in the lead, slammed headlong into the Union lines and dispatched their foe with ferocity. The First Texans chased the fleeing Union Soldiers into David R. Millers Cornfield and soon found themselves caught in a three-way cross fire from fresh Union reinforcements. In minutes the first Texas lost 82% of it's men in the fight, including thirteen color bearers and both of their regimental standards. It would be the highest loss of men in any fight of any Confederate regiment in the war.
This is a beautiful print - suitable for framing for those with an interest in the Civil War or Military History. The colors are very bright and the detail is outstanding - a truly delightful print.
AVAILABLE SIGNED EDITIONS
• Signed Open Edition Paper Print
22x17in $98.95 Ea.
• Signed Open Edition Canvas Giclée
18x24in $298.00 Ea.
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