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|Posted: Tue Dec 19th, 2006 05:08 am||
Surprisingly where I type from, there is really nothing CW related hanging on the walls. Most of the stuff I have here is spread out in a couple of rooms upstairs. As for prints, I do have 2 that are framed and hanging on the walls. The Review At Moss Neck by Mort Kunstler depicts the review of Stuart's Cavalry in the Fredericksburg area on January 20, 1863. I also have Time to Fight by Dale Gallon, which depicts General John Reynolds on the Emmittsburg Road on the morning of July 1, 1863.
Sadly, I have yet to frame the 2 prints I bought at the muster in Kansas and Missouri a few years back. Had thought at that time I was going to be moving, but then events here did not allow for that to happen. The 2 prints by Andy Thomas depict the Battle Of Pea Ridge, and The Battle of Westport. I hope to get them framed and hung on the walls here in 2007.
2 of my favorite pieces come from Gary Casteel. They are exact copies of the monuments to the 12th and 13th NJ that are located on the Battlefield at Gettysburg. I also have a set of Confederate Generals that features them on horseback and includes art from John Paul Strain. The latest addition here is a small statue that depicts Pickett's Charge, which comes from the same company as the CSA Generals series.
Like Dave Gorski, I tend to spend more money on books, but every now and then, if I see something art wise that hits the eye here, I will add it to my collection. I truly hope that somewhere down the road I get to build my dream house, and in that house to build a room that will be entirely focused on all things CW related that I own here.
Hope all are well.
Regards from the Garden State,
Last edited on Tue Dec 19th, 2006 05:31 am by Basecat