"Greatest Cavalry Raids of the Civil War"

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First in a dramatic series of prints -
J.E.B. Stuart's Cavalry Raid of October 1862 -
The Final Chapter of Antietam
by Ron Lesser

Now available in a 140th Commemorative Limited Edition Set

Only weeks after crossing the Potomac, Robert E. Lee wrote the final chapter on Antietam by sending J.E.B. Stuart deep into Union territory with 1800 cavalry and four guns of the Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion.

This strike at the heart of the Union went largely unchallenged and Stuart was able to gather critical military information and capture more than a thousand horses without losing a man.

Masterful in both plan and execution, this raid gave Lee the "last word" on the Antietam Campaign, and was one of the Confederate cavalry's finest hours.

".....(art that offers) a truly accurate snapshot of history"
- Robert Trout, Author
"Galloping Thunder: The Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion"

The original oil paintings, each over three feet in length, depict General Stuart and his cavalry as they sweep the Union countryside, gathering horses and supplies for Lee's Army . . .

You can own this collection of masterpieces by Ron Lesser in a limited edition set, created directly from the original oil paintings, or choose a superb limited canvas edition--Giclee. Whichever you choose, each will be personally signed and numbered by the artist.

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