Soldiers at Spangler’s Meadow

soldiers in spanglers meadow - 2017 - 3x2
Eduardo Suré; Soldiers at Spangler’s Meadow, 2017; Watercolor
During a visit to Gettysburg National Military Park, I was fascinated by the story of a disastrous attack that took place just south of Spangler’s Spring during the morning of July 3rd, 1863. This is one of the watercolors that story has inspired me to paint.

I just realized I made a mistake. Between the two regiments who fought for the Union, the painting should give the impression that there are over 600 soldiers on the meadow. I had been thinking about modern fire team concepts, so their small numbers must have been stuck in my head. I’ll add the soldiers and post an updated painting.

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