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This painting is available in three different print formats.
The first format is a Canvas Giclee Artist Proof Limited Edition of 5 (Each hand signed and numbered by Mr. Troiani) that is 37.5" by 25.5" and is $800.
The Second format is a Canvas Giclee Limited Edition of 45 (Each hand signed and numbered by Mr. Troiani) that is 37.5" by 25.5" and is $750.
The third format is a Open Edition Giclee Printed on German 100% Cotton Rag Art Paper which comes with a Signed Certificate of Authenticity and is embossed with Mr. Troiani's initials. The image is 26" wide by 19" high, the full print size is 31" wide by 24" high and is $175.
The Art of Don Troiani watermark will not be on any of the actual prints.
From Mr. Troiani: The Battle of Pound Ridge , N.Y. 2 July, 1779. Although few have heard of this it was one of the largest all mounted actions of the Revolution. A mixed force under Banastre Tarleton consisting of the 17th Light Dragoons,Queens Rangers and Mounted Jagers nearly surprised the 2nd Continental Light Dragoons. It devolved in to a long running sword battle as the Patriots retreated towards Stamford and New Canaan , CT. The 2nd left their Regimental standard in the a house and Tarleton made off with it. Most likely involved over 400 troops. Causalities were fairly light despite all the hacking about. I grew up in Pound Ridge and the British may have passed by my house so always wanted to paint this. The scene here takes place above the current town park near West Lane where the road to Stamford and New Canaan divide.
To read more about this battle: https://allthingsliberty.com/2013/01/tarleton-in-new-york/