View from Fort Putnam (Hudson River)

Regular price $ 60.00

date: c.1840

artist: W.H. Bartlett

steel engraving – matted

Fort Putnam was West Point's largest military garrison during the Revolutionary War, positioned 500 feet overlooking the Hudson.

image: 4 3/4  x 7″ mat: 11 x 14″

The English illustrator William H. Bartlett traveled throughout the USA in the 19th century. His sketches, focused on landscape and city views, were engraved and featured in the publication American Scenery. Read more about Bartlett’s work.

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