We bring you this great selection
of art prints of Texas' greatest historical location. Remember the Alamo
with these great images.
The Battle of the Alamo (February 23 – March
6, 1836) is the most famous battle of the Texas Revolution. After a
revolutionary army of Texan settlers and adventurers from the United States
drove all Mexican troops out of Mexican Texas, Mexican President Antonio Lopez
de Santa Anna led an invasion to regain control of the area. Mexican forces
arrived in San Antonio de Bexar on February 23 and initiated a siege of the
Texan forces garrisoned at the Alamo Mission. more on the
History of the Alamo
The Siege of the Alamo
This one is my favorite from the Alamo images. It's by German-born but of
American ancestry, artist Howard David Johnson. Johnson blends contemporary
realism and mythology. With a background in fine art and past experience as a
scientific illustrator, Johnson brings a sense of history to his artworks.
Influenced by the traditional art of the Pre-Raphaelites, he paints engaging
religious, mythical and historical subjects with vivid colors and an eye for
detail. He works in various media including watercolor, pastel and ink as well
as photography, and his images can be seen in books, magazines, CD covers,
greeting cards, calendars, and murals.
The Last Stand at the Alamo, 6th March 1836 (Illustration)
This one is another great one. It's by by Newell Wyeth who has a lot of great
historical works of art.
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World War I
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Statue of Liberty