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Theodore R. Davis

Theodore R. Davis Effects of Shellfire oil painting on canvas
Effects of Shellfire
Painting ID::  49330
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Theodore R. Davis Effects of Shellfire oil painting on canvas



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  Theodore R. Davis
  1840 ?C 1894,was a 19th century American artist, who made numerous drawings of significant military and political events during the American Civil War and its aftermath. Some of these drawings include the Battle of Champion Hill, and the most significant sketch of General Joseph E. Johnston and General William T. Sherman meeting at the Bennett Farm near Durham Station to discuss the surrender terms of the remaining Confederate armies in the Southeast. After the war when the Cyclorama in Atlanta was being painted, Davis was asked for his ideas having traveled with Sherman's army. He was later added to the painting.
  Effects of Shellfire
  mk195 Vicsburg 1886 Pen 6x8

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