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    Don Troiani, "Federal Cavalry", oil on board, 25.25" x 19.5", framed to an overall size of 27.75" x 22", signed lower right "D. Troiani '78". The extremely detailed painting shows a Federal cavalry patrol with two troopers dismounted and cautiously advancing in a forest carpeted with Fall leaves. Excellent condition.

    Don Troiani is one of America's pre-eminent military artists whose works are prominently displayed in private and intuitional collections across North America. He is also an accomplished author and has designed three Civil War battlefield commemorative coins for the United States Mint. Early works by Troiani seldom come on the market.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    8th Saturday
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