Civil War Art: From the ECW Blog Archives

We’ve been looking through the ECW Blog Archives, and here are some of the past posts about Civil War Art of that 19th Century era and created by eyewitnesses.

Conrad Wise Chapman and “The Life Insurance Brigade”

John Adams Elder: Fredericksburg’s Civil War Artist

Eastman Johnson’s Kite Flying

Reflections on Eastman Johnson’s A Ride for Liberty

Sailor and an Artist – Robert Weir of the USS Richmond

The Picture Over the Door: N.C. Wyeth Illustrates the Civil War

Through An Artist’s Eyes: Battle of the Wilderness

ECW Weekender: Virginia Museum of the Civil War’s Art Gallery

A Visit to the Gettysburg Cyclorama

The Lincoln Tragedy In Artwork

Ulysses S. Grant’s Long Road from Donelson to Lowell

For articles about monuments as art and memory, please view the category “Monuments” for a full collection of posts.

Mini-series: Civil War History & the Dallas Museum of Art

Mini-series: A Backstage Tour of the Atlanta Cyclorama

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