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General James Longstreet Art Prints

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Headquarters, Gettysburg
John Paul Strain. Following a successful first day of fighting in the Battle of Gettysburg on July 1, 1863, Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee (along with Lt. Gen. James Longstreet) greets a pair of Maj. Gen. J.E.B. Stuart's cavalry scouts at Lee's headquarters on the Chambersburg Pike. Lee ordered the troopers to get fresh horses, ride back, and tell Stuart to join Lee's Army of Northern Virginia as soon as possible, unaware that the 80,000-man Union Army of the Potomac was also on its way that night. 27"x 19˝", limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
 

Born to be Brothers
Dale Gallon
The day after the Confederate surrender on April 9, 1865, Union Gen. Ulysses S. Grant offers a cigar to Confederate Gen. James Longstreet at the Appomattox (Virginia) Court House. Telling about the moving gesture later, Longstreet said, "Why do men fight who were born to be brothers?" 31"x 22" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.

Longstreet
Winter Camp, Centerville, Virginia, February 1863. David Wright. Despite his promising future with the U.S. Army, when secession came, Longstreet did not hesitate to offer his services to the young Confederacy. His instincts and recommendations were not always acted upon by his superiors, but were usually proven correct. 18"x 25" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.

Heading North
Gary Lynn Roberts. In the midst of a heavy rain on the morning of June 25th, 1863, one of the South's greatest undertakings in its war for independence takes place on the southern shore of the Potomac River as General Robert E. Lee and Lt. General James Longstreet lead their forces out of Virginia and into Union territory - ultimately resulting in the monumental battle at Gettysburg. 26"x 17˝" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.

Warriors' Tribute at Appomattox
Dale Gallon. Colonel Joshua Chamberlain, representing the government of the United States, receives the surrender of Longstreet's Corps at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, on April 12, 1865. Measures 26"x 16".

Tomorrow...We Must Attack Him
Dale Gallon. Late on July 1, 1863, Generals Robert E. Lee and James Longstreet confer at a location west of Gettysburg, when Lee insists, "If the enemy is there tomorrow, we must attack him." 12"x 9˝" including matte and wood frame.

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