Texas Alamo Battle Print Framed
This custom framed Texas Alamo battle print is part of The Texas Alamo – State Symbols of Texas collection and includes details such as flags, fortifications, and battle strategies (see print closeups below) not commonly known.
Carefully researched and illustrated with pen and ink on acrylics, this Texas history art print of the military assault on the Alamo features the most famous of the early Texas battles and includes:
- Mexican general Ygnacio De Labastida’s Alamo assault map (1836)
- Mexican Colonel Jose Sanchez-Navarro’s Alamo assault map (1836)
- US Sergeant Edward Everett’s Ruins of the Alamo plans (1848)
- Santa Anna, Cos, Sesma, Urrea, Ganoa, Filosola, and Sam Houston campaign routes (1836)
This Alamo history print of early Texas measuring 16 x 20 inches is printed on archival paper, mounted and glazed and comes with your choice of frame: a rustic light barnwood, a dark stained barnwood, or a specially selected antiqued beaded wood frame, each measuring approximately 21 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches. Larger size frameless giclee gallery wraps are available by phone order as well.
About the artist: Christopher A Smith art comes from a seventh-generation Texan dedicated to researching and illustrating Texas History subjects that highlight the richness of Texas past. His works are done in pen and ink using a “stippling” technique. He prides himself in providing extraordinary detail not normally found in other artworks of this type.
Custom framed for you! Please allow one to two weeks to ship.
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