Between 1860 and 1865, London-born American artist Alfred Rudolph Waud covered the Army of the Potomac for the New York Illustrated News, visually documenting some of the greatest battles of the Civil War. Meticulous reproductions of his work, these four images show Union ships in the fine detail that characterized Waud's work. After the war, he went on to illustrate for Harper's Weekly. Reproductions of Civil-War-era illustrations, modernized in fresh blue and white. Ships depicted: US Sloop of War "Dale"; US Gun Boat "Seminole"; US Transport "Great Republic"; and US Steamship "Albatross." Expert giclée prints on archival paper. Set behind glass and hand-wrapped canvas mats. Handmade wood frames have a distressed walnut finish. Ready to hang with D-rings and wire at the back. Image size: 20" x 15" high; Overall: 22" wide x 17" high each. Prints made in USA; frames made in China.
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