STONEWALL JACKSON ON CAMPAIGN BY WHITTEN

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Mixed media half-length torso figure of Stonewall Jackson by sculptor Willy Whitten, simply titled “Stonewall.” Desk or bookshelf size. Number 103 of 950. Jackson is portrayed on campaign, with one gauntlet removed, holding field glasses and slightly squinting off in the distance as if he has just spotted his opponents and determined how to act. Mounted on a cylindrical black marble base with plaque on reverse, approx. 9 1/2" tall. Issued as part of the sculptor’s North & South Collection through Legends Foundry in 1994. Excellent detailing, condition and color.  [sr] [ph:m]

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