'A pro-Union patriotic print based on Frederic Edwin Church's oil painting 'Our Banner in the Sky,' which in turn was inspired by the highly publicized Confederate insult to the flag at Fort Sumter in April 1861 and by a sermon by Henry Ward Beecher published shortly thereafter. The print shows a lone Zouave sentry watching from a promontory as the dawn breaks, his rifle and bayonet forming the staff of an American flag formed by the sky's light. In the distance is a fort, probably Sumter.' Lithograph by Sarony, Major & Knapp, 1861.
Paper: We print with archival Ultrachrome inks on mould-made 100% cotton rag, acid-free archival papers and Exhibition canvas. Sizes are in inches. Canvas is unframed. 50x36 prints may be longer depending on dimensions of image. All prints have a margin. Learn more
Frames: Custom Made in the USA by Simply Framed. Allow extra 1-2 weeks for delivery. Frames include UV-shielding plexiglass, acid-free mats, archival backing and hanging hardware. Frame sales are final. Learn more
T-Shirts: Custom made 100% cotton with tear away labels. Shoulder-to-shoulder taping with double stitched sleeves and bottom hem. T-shirt sales are final. Learn more