Ranger Mosby By Don Troiani
Somewhere in the Shenandoah Valley Ranger Mosby sits astride his horse surrounded by his staff, while two Union soldiers are being questioned for information to help partisans plan another raid.
Perhaps the greatest tribute to Colonel Mosby comes from his former adversary, U.S. Grant. Writing after the war, Grant summarized Mosby's career: "But few men in the South could have commanded successfully a separate detachment, in the rear of an opposing army and so near the border of hostilities, as long as Mosby did without loosing his entire command."
This print is signed by Don Troiani
Numbered limited edition Artist Proof 39/65, accompanied by Certificate of Authenticity from the artist.
Overall measures 26 1/2" x 24 3/8" unframed, mounted to archival board with archival corners.
Inventory Number: PRI 017