Don Troiani

Well, the trailer for the pilot episode of Amazon's "Point of Honor" is available and its even worse than first thought. It looks like a movie version of a Don Troiani Mort Kunstler painting. It is worth emphasizing that in light of recent Hollywood releases "Point of Honor" is an outlier given the narrative's emphasis [...]

I do enjoy perusing the Confederate Heritage Facebook pages.  The topic of black Confederates is a favorite among these folks. Many of the images and other references are new to me, but more importantly their handling of this "evidence" serves as a reminder of just how incapable some people are in applying even the most [...]

A number of my friends on Facebook are sharing a pic of the new release by Don Troiani.  This new watercolor of a private in the 4th United States Colored Troop is, if I am not mistaken, Troiani's first stand alone black soldier since his 1st South Carolina Volunteer Infantry print, which was done a [...]

I think Gary Gallagher makes a pretty good case for why black soldiers were not present at the Grand Review in Washington D.C. in May 1865.  He argues that their absence had little to do with scheming politicians and military brass, who hoped to keep it an all-white affair.  The parade was made up primarily [...]

Update - 06/26/11: All of the Prints Have Been Sold. I am putting up for sale my collection of framed Don Troiani Civil War prints, which I've been collecting since 2000.  All of them were purchased through an authorized Troiani dealer in Fredercksburg, Virginia and include certificates of authenticity.  I am going to include an [...]