Henry Bryan Hall Jr. (1839 - 1913)

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Henry Bryan Hall Jr. (1839 - 1913)

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Henry Bryan Hall Jr. (1839 - 1913)
"Gettysburg Repulse of Longstreets Assault"
Steel Engraving
47 1/2 x 27 inches
Signed in Plate: "H.B. Hall Jr. (low right)
1905

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Henry Bryan Hall Jr. was the son of the famous English stipple engraver and portrait painter Henry Bryan Hall. Born in 1855 Hall Jr. was one of four siblings who all became successful artists. Hall Jr. fought in the Civil War and after fighting the war became the common theme that tied his art together. Famous for his battle scenes his originals are held closely in many private collections of American art and Museums.

This stunning engraving by H.B. Hall Jr. entitled "Gettysburg Repulse of Longstreets Assault" Published by James Drummond Ball, Boston, Massachusetts. This engraving is executed after the original painting by James Walker. This engraving is a stellar piece of art depicting the most famous battle in early American History! The detail unlike any other similar composition, depicts hundreds of soldiers fighting in the hills and on horseback. With smoke filling the air and soldiers being slaughtered on the field this was the bloodiest battle in the Civil War with over 30,000 deaths.

This piece of art measures approximately 43 x 24 inches and is nicely framed in a black and gold wood frame measuring 47.5 x 27 inches. The engraving does show even toning across the composition with sporadic spots of foxing. Their is slight water damage to the lower left corner as seen in photo number 5 and is very minor measuring about 6 inches long and 1 inch high at the highest. The last photo shows a slight imperfection to the paper which is nearly impossible to see even under close inspection. Along the top of the image in the plate is written "Entered according to the Act of Congress AD, 1876 by John B Bachelder in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. Copyright 1905 Lizzie B Batchelder. 

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