Print of Alamo painting, "Remember" available


I had really nice 16" x 20" prints made of this painting (on good matte finish cover stock with a lithographic printing process) and will happily send one to you! I'll put a PayPal button on this post for anyone who wants to use their credit card, or you can mail me check. $20. plus $4. shipping. (Mailed in a sturdy tube.)





FYI: This image is of the painting, so you can see the light catching the palette knife strokes in the upper right corner. That isn't visible on the prints, of course.
The figures of the women in the painting are Adina De Zavala and Clara Driscoll, the two most passionate and dedicated of those who managed to save the Alamo. Here are some articles about them. Fascinating! http://www.tamu.edu/ccbn/dewitt/adp/history/bios/zavala/zavala.html

2 comments:

Professor J said...

Thank you for giving us the articles! I love learning about these two women. De Zavala sounds like a grand old dame! I like her.

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