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“Fort Sumter” Civil War Art Print Signed by the Artist, James Thomas Neumann.

Lot 729. “Fort Sumter” Civil War Art Print Signed by the Artist, James Thomas Neumann. The first fighting in the Civil War began at 4:30 a.m. on April 12, 1861, when the South Carolina Militia initiated a 34-hour artillery attack on the Union garrison in Charleston Harbor. The next day, Union forces surrendered and evacuated the facility, which was poorly supplied. Neumann’s painting shows bombardment of the fort. Dated 1980, the 28.5” x 20” print is from the Southern Historical Art Chronology Series “Chronology of the Civil War: Year 1861.” The unframed print is mint. Neumann’s pencil signature is mint 9 and dated 1979. Winning Bid $20.    

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