Hand-colored lithograph most likely by Carl Nebel (1805-1855)
This stunning framed lithograph captures the intensity and drama of the Battle of Molino Del Ray, a key moment in the Mexican-American War. The lithograph was created from the original painting by Chappel, which is in the possession of the publishers, ensuring its authenticity and historical significance.
The lithograph depicts the fierce battle that took place on September 8, 1847, between American forces and Mexican defenders near Mexico City. The energy and action of the scene are captured expertly, with intricate details that bring the battle to life.
This framed lithograph is a must-have for any history buff or art collector! It is both informative and visually stunning, making it the perfect addition to any home! It has been professionally framed and matted in a lovely contrasting color to the lithograph making it a statement piece of art!
Framed Lithograph of the Battle of Molino Del Ray, Mexican-American War
11" H x 12.5" W
Excellent, The work is very good to excellent condition overall. The lithograph's provenance description, at the bottom, falls just slightly below the matting but it is still legible. There may be a few imperfections to be expected with age. (see pictures)
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