L.N. after M. Rosenthal - American Late 19th Century Lithograph, Dawn of Liberty
DescriptionA lithograph by L.N. Rosenthal after a painting by Max Rosenthal (1833-1918). First published in Philadelphia in 1864, towards the end of the American Civil War, this lithograph depicts an episode from the Revolutionary War Era. Inscribed in plate with the names of both artists, the title, original date, and a caption that reads: 'General Gage said "The very children here draw in a love of liberty with the air they breathe. You may go my brave boys, and be assured if my troops trouble you again they shall be punished"'. On wove.
There are some scratches to the surface, most significantly to the upper-right corner. There are some marks around the margins. Overall in good condition.
42 x 56cm (16.5" x 22")
|Artist||L.N. Rosenthal after M. Rosenthal|
|Date||Late 19th Century|
|Dimensions||42 x 56cm|
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