Grand Review Painting by William Blake

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Art Description

Painting: Oil, Paint on Canvas.

In late May of 1865, The Grand Review of the Armies victory parade was held in Washington D.C. and lasted two days. The parade contained the largest standing army in the world at the time, consisting of the Army of the Potomac, the Tennessee, and Georgia. However, It did not contain any of the 180,000 United States Colored Troops (USCT) within the Army. One hundred and fifty years later, this parade was reenacted with USCT leading the procession. Within this painting, Civil War reenactors observe a procession from the Grand Review’s balcony.




Grand Review

William Blake

United States


Size: 73 W x 92 H x 1 in

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