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American Civil War is famous for being the first fully photographically documented armed conflict of History, but this event was, and is still represented, through the eyes of artists and painters that during the past century and half have interpreted, sometimes in particular, the main events that have marked the conflict.
This page is a collection of paintings to show how over time artists, American or not, contemporary or subsequent to the war have created works of art inspired by the characters, places and events that have marked and continue to mark generations of men and studiouses.

Niccolò Ferrari

Hunley, Conrad Wise Chapman (1842-1910)
Imperishable Glory, Dale Gallon
J.E.B. Stuart,  Washington William Dickinson (1833-1870)
Jackson snd his disciples, Schmehl Bradley
Jefferson Davis, Huntington Daniel (1816-1906)
Jefferson Davis, Louis Mathieu Didier Guillaume   (1816-1892)
John C. Breckinridge, Sainitin Jules Emile (1829-1894)
King of Kernstown, John Paul Strain
Leaving home, William Gilbert Gaul (1855-1919)
Nathan Bedford Forrest
On the Mississippi, Mortimer Wilson Jr (1906-1996)
Pickett charge, Keith Rocco.
Pierre Goustave Toutant Beauregard, George Peter Alexander Healy (1808-1894)
Prisoners from the front, Winslow Homer (1836-1910)
R.E.Lee, Louis Mathieu Didier Guillaume   (1816-1892)
Rebel Colors, Mark Maritato.
Skirmish In The Wilderness, Winslow Homer (1836-1910)
Stonewall Jackson, Elder John Adams (1833-1895)
Surrender at Appomattox,  Tom Lovell (1909-1997)
The Atlanta Cyclorama, Friedrich Wilhelm Heine (1845-1921) and August Lohr (1843-1919)
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