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Open Edition: 6 x 9.5

Giclèe on archival paper with Engraved Brass Plate

All open editions come complete with title and artist information for mounting to the back if you choose to frame your purchase. A synopsis of the subject matter, if not self-explanatory, is also included along with an embossed copy of the artist’s signature.


  • On June 9th, 1863, during the Battle of Brandy Station, an early morning encounter on dusty Beverly's Ford Road would prove the bravery of Union Col. Benjamin F. "Grimes" Davis, and cost him his life. Confederate officer Lt. Owen Allen seized the opportunity to confront Buford's Union officer and use the single ball that his pistol retained.

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