* 150th Anniversary Images *
10 NEW Gallon Images
Displayed as murals within Seminary Ridge Museum
Dale Gallon has been commissioned to paint ten original oil paintings depicting action around the Seminary on the first day's battle. In the NEW museum these images have been reproduced as murals.
Each image is available in reproduction as:
45 Large Canvas Giclee - Limited Edition (signed & numbered)
100 Small Canvas Giclee - Limited Edition (signed & numbered)
350 Paper Print - Limited Edition (signed & numbered)
+NEW Mini Canvas Giclee - Open Edition
The new Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum will open July 1, 2013--150 years to the day after the battle of Gettysburg began. The museum will feature 20,000 square feet of interactive exhibit galleries and educational programming to interpret three major areas of emphasis--none of which are the focus of any other museum in Gettysburg:
the pivotal first day of the Battle of Gettysburg on Seminary Ridge
the care of the wounded and human suffering within Schmucker Hall during its use as a Civil War field hospital
the moral, civic, and spirtual debates of the Civil War era
Located in the original 1832 seminary building on the campus of the Luthern Theological Seminary in Gettysburg visitors can learn the story of Seminary Ridge that was the center of intense fighting on July 1, 1863, home to Gen. Lee's headquarters & the Confederate staging area, and from the cupola that sits atop Seminary Ridge, one can see where Union Brig. Gen. John Buford watched the beginning of the battle as Confederates approached. The Seminary building served as hospital for over 600 wounded on both sides & an observation point & headquarters for both armies.
"It has been my honor to portray through my art the history of this great nation"
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