Texas Revolution Map 1835 1836 Framed


Celebrate early Texas history art with the Texas Revolution map from the Christopher A Smith art collection, a print detailing the Mexican offensive battles and Texian response from 1835 to 1836. From our framed Texas maps collection, the map was researched and illustrated by this seventh generation Texan, one of our Texas artists.

The Texas Revolution map details the actions of Mexican generals Santa Anna, Cos, Sesma, Urrea, Ganoa, and Filosola. Also displayed: the Texian “retreat to victory” under Sam Houston.

Displays the following battles:

  • Gonzales battle 10/2/1835
  • Goliad battle 10/9/1835
  • Concepcion battle 10/28/1835
  • Lipantitlan battle 11/4/1835
  • Grass Fight battle 11/25/1835
  • Bexar battle 12/5 through 12/9/1835
  • The Alamo battle 2/23 through 3/6/1836
  • San Patricio battle 2/27/1836
  • Agua Dulce battle 3/2/1836
  • Refugio battle 3/12 through 3/15/1836
  • Coleto battle 3/19 through 3/20/1836
  • San Jacinto battle 4/21/1836

This framed Texas Revolution map is printed on archival paper giclee (matte laminated) measuring 16 x 20 inches and is custom mounted with your choice of frame: a rustic natural reclaimed wood, dark stained reclaimed wood, an antiqued beaded frame each measuring approximately 21 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches overall. Larger size giclee gallery wraps [frameless] can be ordered by phone.

For more information, check out What is a Giclee artwork and how do I care for one?

About the artist: Christopher A. Smith art comes from a seventh-generation Texan dedicated to researching and illustrating Texas history art subjects that highlight the richness of Texas. His works are done in pen and ink using a “stippling” technique. He prides himself in providing extraordinary detail not found in other artworks of this type.


Custom framed for you! Please allow one to two weeks to ship.


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