American Civil War Pictures: Oil painting Surrender at Appomattox Tom Lovell oil on canvas art painting reproduction painted totally by hand

Masterpiece Paintings Gallery art reproduction oil painting Surrender at Appomattox by Tom Lovell
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Surrender at Appomattox | Triumph without Exultation
oil on canvas, 20 x 37.6 in. / 50.8 x 95.5 cm, US$650

larger version 40 x 75.2 in. / 101.6 x 191 cm, US$1200
surrender at Appomattox Court House Village, Virginia, Wilmer McLean farmhouse, 9 April 1865 with Robert E. Lee, Charles Marshall, Philip H. Sheridan, Orville Babcock, Horace Porter, Edward Otho Cresap Ord, Ulysses S. Grant, Seth Williams, Theodore S. Bowers, Ely Samuel Parker, George Armstrong Custer

Civil War Facts: List of Civil War generals and officers (11) in the first floor parlor of Wilmer McLean farmhouse in Appomattox Court House Village, Virginia, for the 90-minute surrender meeting on 9 April 1865, from left to right:

1) General Robert E. Lee, 57 (seated Confederate officer);
2) Military Secretary Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Marshall standing next to Lee;
3) Major General Philip H. Sheridan (1st Union officer on left);
4) Lieutenant Colonel Orville Babcock;
5) Lieutenant Colonel Horace Porter (3rd Union officer from left, standing immediately next to seated Gen. Grant);
6) Major General Edward Otho Cresap Ord (next to room's corner) West Point graduate born 18 October 1818, descendant of King George IV of England, twice wounded in action, “suppressed” Florida Seminole Indians & during Civil War served in the western frontier, Louisiana, Shenandoah Valley, Virginia.
7) Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant, 42 (seated Union officer);
8) Brigadier General Seth Williams
9) Lieutenant Colonel Theodore S. Bowers
10) Brigadier General Ely Samuel Parker, adjutant of Grant, partially blocking Custer's view (dark Seneca Indian on Grant's left who physically wrote surrender terms)
11) Major General George Armstrong Custer (NOT truly present at surrender meeting, blonde Union officer standing on far right)

Witnesses of surrender NOT in painting:

12) Brigadier General John Rawlins;
13) Brigadier General Rufus Ingalls;
14) Brigadier General Michael Morgan;
15) Brigadier General George H. Sharpe;
16) Liutenant Colonel Adam Badeau;
17) Captain Robert T. Lincoln