Battle for Little Round Top
Colonel Chamberlain and the 20th Maine -- Gettysburg -- July 2, 1863
On July 2, 1863, at the Battle of Gettysburg, the 20th Maine under the command of Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain held the far left of the Union line.
In a desperate attempt to "roll up" the Union flank, the 15th Alabama repeatedly assaulted Chamberlain’s line only to be repulsed each time. Out of ammunition, the shout of "Bayonet" from Col. Chamberlain was heard up and down the line, and the men from Maine rose up and charged.
This bold counterattack won Col. Chamberlain the Medal of Honor.
You can own this masterpiece by Ron Lesser in editions created directly from the original oil painting.
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Limited Edition Prints on 120# Archival Paper
Print size 28"w x 19"h, Image 24"x13"
S/N - Edition of 500
A/P - 25
Remarque Edition - 15
Giclee* on Canvas
33.5w x 18h stretched
S/N - Edition of 100
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Limited Edition of 500, Signed and Numbered Prints on 120# Archival Paper; Print size 28"w x 19"h, Image 24"x13"
Limited Edition of 25, Personally selected by the Artist, Individually Signed and Numbered Prints on 120# Archival Paper; Print size 28"w x 19"h, Image 24"x13"
SOLD OUT!Remarque Edition
Limited Edition of 15, Personally Remarqued by Artist with an ink sketch, Signed and Numbered Prints on 120# Archival Paper; Print size 28"w x 19"h, Image 24"x13"
SOLD OUT!Canvas Edition
Limited Edition of 100, Signed and Numbered, Giclee on Canvas (33.5w x 18h stretched)