It Must Have Been One Hell Of A Sand Trap

Hat Tip to Dimitri for the Golf Digest article on “swinging” through the Civil War. While many no doubt read this article as another example of Civil War exploitation I […]

Don Troiani’s Crater

Don Troiani’s “Mahone’s Counterattack” (Historical Art Prints, 2003) stands in sharp contrast to the early painting by Elder. The attack of the 6th Virginia Infantry figures prominently in both paintings; […]

Ken Noe’s Perryville

In yesterday’s post I failed to mention two of my favorite battlefield studies of recent years. The first is George Rable’s, Fredericksburg! Fredericksburg! and the second is Ken Noe’s, Perryville: […]