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Rare Gettysburg Cyclorama Painting Remnant

Documentation Signed
Origin United States
Period 1900-1919
Materials Canvas, oil painting
Dimensions
W. 24 in; H. 30 in; D. 1.5 in;
W. 60.96 cm; H. 76.2 cm; D. 3.81 cm;
Condition Fair. Overall good to fair
Description Rare painting remnant from Gettysburg Cyclorama from a huge painting depicting the Gettysburg Battle. (The painting shows the end opening of a civil war soldiers tent with his canteen hanging and his rifle, see picture)

If you are a Civil War or History buff this is a rare opportunity to buy a very rare piece of pure Americana. Very unusual piece.

Note: The First photo is of the painting for sale. The second photo is of the cyclorama painting at the last Gettysburg museum before they tore it down and cut the cyclorama painting up. The third photo is of the whole original painting of the tent end that the National Park Service used on the home page of its website for the new Gettysburg Museum for several years. So you could say this painting is famous as the national Park Service used it on their website. They have taken the picture off about a year ago.

Frame 24"x30" Painting showing 20"x26"

Provenance

This piece could have come from repairs made to the original cyclorama (see attached historical information) at the original Gettysburg museum. Or it could have come from “one” of the four copies of the cyclorama of which was sold to the Indians for tent material (see attached historical information).
This painting was featured on the Gettysburg National Park Service home page website until recently when it was changed to the park service emblem.
Because it was used on the National Park Service website home page, it’s more likely it was a cut section that was repaired on the original Gettysburg Cyclorama.
I purchased this piece from a long-time civil war antique dealer and collector about five years ago.
Very rare once in a lifetime chance to own a piece of famous and historic Americana like this.
It is in the original frame

Rare framed section of panoramic civil war canvas displayed at the Gettysburg battlefield
in the famous Rosenstiel museum-painted circa 1880s- the Rosenstiel museum was a huge private collection of relics from the epic battle- later purchased in large part by the national park service to form the basis for their displays - at some point in the museum's heyday this large 30 foot by 10 foot painting was on display -showing camps of the army of the Potomac along the Potomac-the old huge brick building the original museum was in sat across from the national cemetery- now gone-the framed section measures 29 1/2" by 23 1/2" -the water color is 26" by 20"- showed part of a tent front with several canteens hanging from the tent pole- number 72 is painted on the front of one with pa near the top - at the time the painting is showing -early in the war - the fire Zouaves of the Philadelphia brigade the 72th Pennsylvania infantry would be patrolling along the Potomac and camped there - the 72 th would fight in the peninsula campaign and almost all the major engagements in the east -including charging and helped repulse Pickett's charge at Gettysburg -at the high water mark behind the stone wall and monument where confederate general Armistead fell- - great looking-shows wear - some paint lost - see photos- great thick wooden frame - unknown artist - rare collectible from the famous and historic Rosenstiel collection

I have additional info on the Cyclorama history but they will not let me upload that to this listing. Whoever buys it will get the additional info I have.We only use brand new clean boxes and clean new packing material.
The shipping amount listed is the expense to ship the boxed item to you via FedEx Ground.
We do not charge for the new boxes and new packing material.

Historical Americana - Selling antiques and Flags since 1990
Styles / Movements Folk Art, Western
Dealer Reference Number 25771
Incollect Reference Number 419237
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