All Blythe David Gilmour 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
49298 Battle of Gettysburg  Battle of Gettysburg   mk195 1863-1865 Oil on canvas 26x34
49266 General Abner Doubleday Watching His Troops Cross the Potomac  General Abner Doubleday Watching His Troops Cross the Potomac   mk195 Oil on canvas 31x41
49317 Libby Prison  Libby Prison   mk195 1863 Oil on canvas 24x36
49334 Lincoln Crushing the Dragon of Rebellion  Lincoln Crushing the Dragon of Rebellion   mk195 1862 Oil on canvas 18x22
31874 Street Urchins  Street Urchins   mk77 c.1856-58 Oil on canvas 26 3/4x22in

Blythe David Gilmour
American Painter, 1815-1865 He began his career as an itinerant portrait painter in the early 1840s and became one of the leading satirical artists in America by the beginning of the Civil War. Self-taught, from 1840 to 1850 he worked in East Liverpool, OH, and Uniontown, PA, and nearby towns and villages, painting rather stiff likenesses of the local gentry. He also carved a monumental polychrome wooden statue of Marie-Joseph, Marquis de Lafayette for the Uniontown courthouse and painted a landscape panorama of the Allegheny mountains, which he took on tour through Maryland, Pennsylvania and Ohio.

China Oil Painting Studio Team