1860s.Framed Steel Engraving of Ulysses S.Grant by John Sartain.
Biography: Late in the administration of Andrew Johnson, Gen. Ulysses S. Grant quarreled with the President and aligned himself with the Radical Republicans. He was, as the symbol of Union victory during the Civil War, their logical candidate for President in 1868. A nicely framed Steel Engraving of Ulysses as a General,taken from the Original Painting (portrait).
It is framed in a cherry engraved wood frame with a army green mat that makes a nice contrast of the steel engraving. The Dimensions are: The Engraving has the date that was registered according to the act of congress in 1865, the state of Philadelphia. Made by John Sartain ( 1808-1897),well know in during that time for his impressive talent he had in recording historical event of the Civil War, including important figures such as Ulysses,Abraham lincoln,etc.
Ulysses Grant Frame. 23.5hx19.5w Engraving is 12.5h x 9.5w Engraved by John Sartain Published by Bradley & Co. 1860
-----Note---- On top of the engraving, there is a light rip shown in the paper but not in image, that was probably done while framing it. Thank you
Item ID: ISN-00168
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