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The Civil War in Art

Our Banner in the Sky, 1861. Frederic Edwin Church 1826-1900 Terra Foundation for American Art, Daniel J. Terra Collection 1992.27 The American culture is highly visual, and always has been, with the creation of great works of art punctuating some...
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"Our banner in the sky"


A Civil War-era (1861) painting by famed landscape painter Frederic Edwin Church, currently in the Smithsonian American Art Museum, from the collection of Fred Keeler, via Salon.

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