History comes to life in this giclée canvas print of “Williamsburg to Yorktown” by Pamela Patrick White. George Washington, Marquis de Lafayette and Jean-Baptiste de Rochambeau are depicted leading a group of Continental soldiers and their French allies to battle in Yorktown. 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
The Revolutionary War is coming to a head in the colonies. The British Army, led by Lord Cornwallis, is entrenched on Yorktown, Virginia, a few miles from Williamsburg. A large force of Continental soldiers and their French allies are now heading out of town to an uncertain battle, being led by Washington, Lafayette, and Rochambeau. The army has come a long way for this engagement, most having just marched several hundred miles from Rhode Island.
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.