The best boat by the best artist! Grant's scary USS TERROR! Original oil on art board. The Terror began her life in 1862 as the USS Agamenticus (The Civil War ended in 1865). In 1869, under a newly-elected President Ulysses S.Grant, the monitor was renamed TERROR. Then, in 1874, and also during the 1869-77 presidency of Ulysses S.
Grant, she was broken up and renamed the USS TERROR BM-4 monitor No. T heish-American War began in April of 1898 and the Terror roared in. She was assigned to the waters off Florida and, in her first 3-days, captured three ships the 1st captures of the war?
, a great example of 19th century psychology warfare. Scott, a well-listed English artist, is not known for his American ships but this one got his attention! Actual painting measures about 24" by 18 1/2". Measures 29" by 23" to outside of original frame.
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The seller is "wetinwashington" and is located in Tracyton, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.