Trexler Historical Art/ 484.477.7701 / trexlerhistoricalart@rcn.com / © 2013 by Jeff Trexler

Original works for sale

This page features original works for sale from the artists studio. These items are often framed as seen in the images. If interested in talking about an original please contact the artist at 484-477-7701. 

This painting depicts a confederate color guard at the battle of First Manassas 1861. The color guard holds the Star and Bars of the confederacy. The "Stars and Bars" caused confusion on the battlefield at the Manassas because of its similarity to the U.S. flag, especially when it was hanging limp, down on the flagstaff. The "Stars and Bars" was also criticized on ideological grounds for its resemblance to the U.S. flag. 

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"The Stars and Bars" sold
16x20" Oil on Panel Original
"11th NY Infantry
Ellsworths Avengers"

14x14" Original Pencil study framed!

The 11th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment of the Union Army in the early years of the American Civil War. The regiment was organized in New York City in May 1861 as a Zouave regiment, known for its unusual dress and drill style, by Colonel Elmer E. Ellsworth, a personal friend of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln


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One Gallant Stand Original / Framed

Original "One Gallant Stand" - The Battle of Brier Creek 
Colonel Elbert's Stand Against the 71st Regiment of Foot
March 3, 1779 at Brier Creek, Georgia

Oil on Board 36" x 24"
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