American Civil War Art prints by
American civil war military artist, Gilbert Gaul, from paintings produced
between 1870 and 1906, published by Cranston Fine Arts.
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Bringing Up the Guns by Gilbert Gaul.
Item Code : DHM0167
Bringing Up the Guns by Gilbert Gaul. - Editions Available
Dr. Gilbert Gaul frequently went hunting with his good friend up around Fall Creek Falls state park. On one particular day, they were hunting deer and tracking for some time his friend stopped and rested a while. He leaned his gun against a tree and stopped to take a short break. Dr. Gaul, being an exceptional artist, saw a moment to capture an incredible image. There at that site, pulled out a piece of paper and made an outline sketch of his friend. Later, after he returned to his office, he sat down and painted the Pickett. The sole Confederate Picket. The irony of this painting is that his friends name was Ulysses Simpson Grant Walling, and is the Great Great Grandfather of Rhonda Morgan who we would llike to thank for sharing this information.