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Managing Editor Lamont W. Harvey




Illustrated military history:

Landscapes and Paintings

3D models

Medical Graphics

Invisible Soldiers

Baltimore artillery

Civil War gallery

Gettysburg gallery

World War II gallery

Historical illustrations

Nature illustrations

Military graphics

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Civil War gallery

After my Gettysburg panels, I did seven drawings of other battles. Most were completed in ink in a style similar to contemporary newspaper engravings or color lithographs (deadline 2-4 weeks). One was done in colored pencil because of a tighter (three-day) deadline.

In each I focused on aspects of the battle that were unique to interest non-military history fans but added enough fighting to satisfy reenactors and war fanatics.

-- Lamont W. Harvey

1. Wilderness

Federal soldiers carry a wounded comrade while muskets ignite a fire in the surrounding brush.

2. Bull Run

Sight-seers from Washington clog the roads behind the lines as the Federal army begins to route. Won an illustration award from the MDDC in 2000, the contest was judged by the S.C. Press Association.

3. Petersburg

The first federal soldier to cross Confederate lines was from Maryland. In the background USCT manuevered in support of the operation.

4. Grand Review

The Union army marches in Washington D.C. after the surrender of the Confederacy.

5. The First Maryland

The Maryland regiment that fought with Lee at Gettysburg. Their charge was led by their mascot.

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