Art by Mort Kunstler *

Mort Kunstler is an amazing artist and his stories on what inspired him to paint the portrait are wonderful 
I own art by Mort Kunstler and never miss his yearly calendars.  If you love WBTS art like I do you will love his work. 
Visit his site today and I know you will love it as much as I do.

Who were these men? Stories of The Generals who fought for the Confederacy.

Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson J. E. B. Stewart
Joseph E. Johnson  
Braxton Bragg  
John Bell Hood  
James Longstreet  
   

 

 

*Assembled with their staffs at Harrison Hall were Lee’s lieutenants. Present was General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson - Lee’s “right arm” - who had superbly executed Lee’s strategy at the battle of Second Manassas with devastating, hammer-like blows. There, too, was General James Longstreet - whom Lee would praise as his “Old War Horse.” Also present were General J.E.B. Stuart, Lee’s cavalry commander - who was treasured by Lee as the “eyes” of the army - and Brigadier General Lewis Armistead, who had helped save the day for Lee’s army at the battle of Malvern Hill. ...  Mort Kunstler

 

 

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This site last updated 01/16/2011                                      Col. Thomas Hardeman, Jr.  UDC Chapter 2170 Macon, Ga.

 

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