The GALLANT MEN of GETTYSBURG
Limited Edition Prints
Commemorating the 125th Anniversary
of the Battle of Gettysburg
Two of the Civil
War's great cavalry commanders, Brigadier General
George A. Custer and General J.E.B. Stuart, met on the
battlefields of the three day battle that would become the turning point
of the war and the "high water mark" of the Confederacy's northern
Now these heroic figures are made available to you in the form of beautiful limited edition prints commemorating the 125th anniversary of the historic confrontation that took place in Gettysburg on July 1st, 2nd,and 3rd, 1863.
Printed on high quality acid free paper, these exceptional prints
be of interest to Civil War enthusiasts for their authenticity and
careful attention to detail, and to anyone who appreciates fine art for
its own beauty.
In addition to Custer and Stuart, this series of four prints honors
common soldiers, many of whom were mere boys, who fought and died at
Gettysburg. Captured by the pencil of Gettysburg artist Don Rinehart,
both the famous and the unknown are depicted in poses which are
reminiscent of the formal tintypes of the period. This allows the viewer
to see with great clarity the uniforms and weaponry of the two cavalry
officers and the two young privates, one of whom represents the 24st
Michigan, a regiment of the "Iron Brigade," the other represents the
University Greys from the 11th Mississippi Regiment.
Gettysburg artist. Donald L. Rinehart is uniquely qualified to bring
gallant men of the Civil War to life through his creative artistry. Born
in 1951 at the Carlisle War College Hospital, he has lived most of his
life in close proximity to the historic battlefields of Gettysburg. A
graduate of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Rinehart has been a
freelancing commercial artist in the Gettysburg area for the last
eighteen years. In 1973 he enlisted in the United States Army where he
served as an arts and crafts specialist. Since then he has continually
expanded his artistic horizons into a wide variety of mediums including
watercolor, oil, airbrush, stained and etched glass, and of course,
pencil, of which these four prints are fine examples.
Each print comes with its own commemorative insignia, designed
exclusively for the l25th Anniversary by the artist, as well as the
personal guidon used by Custer and the battleflag used by Stuart, or the
flags of the regiments. The size of each signed and numbered print,
suitable for framing, is 14" by 20". A special limited edition of hand
colored prints is available for order as well. For more information.
about this very limited series, contact:
These high quality 14" by 20" prints are suitable for framing. Each has been signed by the artist. The edition will be limited to only 1,250 prints.
Each Print Costs $35