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Thomas Ruckle  the battle of North Point oil painting


the battle of North Point
Painting ID::  96642
Thomas Ruckle
the battle of North Point
lithograph reproduction based on the 1814/15 painting of the battle of North Point, by militia man Thomas Ruckle. Date c1814 or 1815 cjr

   
   
     

Thomas Ruckle The assembly of the Militia before the Battle of Baltimore oil painting


The assembly of the Militia before the Battle of Baltimore
Painting ID::  96643
Thomas Ruckle
The assembly of the Militia before the Battle of Baltimore
c1814 or 1815 cjr

   
   
     

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     Thomas Ruckle
     was a house painter and sign painter in early nineteenth century Baltimore, Maryland, and an amateur painter. He is best known for his paintings The Battle of North Point, and The Defense of Baltimore. Ruckle was a veteran of the War of 1812, in which he had served as a corporal in the 5th Maryland Regiment of the Maryland Militia. Ruckle was born in Ireland and, having moved to Baltimore, Maryland, he became a sign painter and house painter. It is likely that he had very little, if any, formal training as an artist.

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