Original Painting – Pike Portrait 1
Retired Disney artist, Ed French, depicts American patriot, Zebulon Pike, in his general’s uniform, beside flags of the country he loved. He died at the Battle of York on April, 27, 1813.
Created on 3/10/17, this glorious painting shows Zebulon Pike in his general’s uniform, beside flags of the country he loved. He died for America at the Battle of York on April, 27, 1813.
- Medium: Oil
- Surface: Masonite
- Size: 24”x36”
- Framed Prior to Delivery
Ed French is a retired Disney artist, who has brought his enormous talent to depict extraordinary moments in American history, through the eyes of Zebulon Pike.
”…shall it be said we died like brave men; and conferred honor, even in death, on the American name.” Quote from Brigade Order- Sackett’s Harbor, April 25, 1813 by Brigadier General Zebulon Montgomery Pike
|Dimensions||42 × 30 × 6 in|