FRAMED PRINT, “EVENING SUN, FORT SUMTER”

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This beautiful print of Fort Sumter at sunset by Conrad Wise Chapman was produced by The Museum of the Confederacy in 1973. It is numbered 875 out of 1000. It is signed at the lower right corner by Joan C. Massey, President and Elizabeth Scott Lux, Director of the Museum.

Print measures 12” x 16”, is matted and housed in gold frame. Frame measures approx. 17” x 21”. Frame is in very good condition. Reverse has wire for hanging purposes.  [sm]

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