Artillery Hell Early morning looking north along the Hagerstown Turnpike. The intensity of artillery fire at Antietam led Colonel Stephen D. Lee, commander of the Confederate cannons shown here, to describe the battle as "Artillery Hell." This painting depicts the earliest part of the battle.
19th Century Oil on Canvas Barnyard Painting by American Artist "JV Maginn"
JAN JACOB SPOHLER Dutch (1811-1866) Figures Ice Skating on a Frozen River Dutch Master Artist Medium: Oil on panel Signed: lower left “J. J. Spohler” Size: 15” x 19.3” or (38.1 cm x 49 cm.)#intheberkshires
JAMES HOPE NA Scottish/American (1818-1892) Ca. 1850’s Hudson River School Lake George, NY, Looking at Black Mt. Painting of Lake George looking South/West towards Oil on canvas Size: 26 ¼” x 40 ¼” (frame: 35” x 49”)