View this giclée canvas print of "Saving Liberty" by Bryant White and feel as though you are right on the battlefield during the Revolutionary War. Depicted is a member of the American militia kneeling during battle with the word “Liberty” strewn across his back. This 5” X 7” canvas print comes mounted on artist-grade masonite board and ready-to-frame with no hardware for hanging. Add a touch of history to your home with his beautiful print.
- Print measures 5” X 7”
- Giclée print on canvas
- Mounted on artist-grade masonite board
- Made in the USA
- Does not include hardware for hanging
Militia were citizen soldiers of America. Men from 16 to 60 would serve their states in line, usually locally, for short terms. While training was typically sparse for these units, many members were former Continental soldiers, given professionalism to these local units.
About the Artists
Pamela & Bryant, husband and wife, paint artwork portraying scenes and occurrences of 18th Century America, focusing on the American Revolutionary War, the French and Indian War, as well as Eastern Woodlands Native Americans. The intent of their collections is to create an online gallery of visual history for teachers and non-profit organizations to use and as an inspirational teaching tool.