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Civil War Greeting Card featuring the painting Battle Of Utoy Creek by Marc Stewart

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Battle Of Utoy Creek Greeting Card

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Very Nice painting Marc, im a reenactor with the 8th Tennessee US INF. who fought at Utoy with Reillys Brigade and lost 95 of 160 that went in the charge. I will have to order a copy as soon as I can. Travis Devine 8th Tn Vols.

This is a great portrayal of a battle that happened practically in my backyard.All of us who grew up in East Point & S.W. Atlanta should give this guy some support. I have walked this battlefield many times & his detail is awesome.For those of you that don't know it is located on Dodson Dr. at Cascade & to the west toward's Adam's Dr. It is now Cascade Spring's Nature Preserve. Many of the trenches & rifle pit's are still visible as well as a two gun (Yankee) battery. There are also some beautiful Bigleaf Magnolia's to see , one of our Creator's majestic tree's that you don't often see. Best of Luck , Clay Fagan

An incrediable and highly accurate portrayal of the skermishers of Riley's Brigade of Cox's Division XXIII Army Corps US assaulting the Kentucky Orphan Brigade of Bates Division, CSA on 6 August 1864! The artist is to be highly commended for his work! Regards, Perry Bennett Major, Logistics Corps Command Historian 335th Signal Command (Theater) US Arcent Fort McPherson, GA (404)-559-4602 leonard.bennett@arcent.army.mil

Exquisite painting and the details are magnificent

I love your paintings! The level of detail and the subject matter evokes both a feeling of excitement and of freedom for me. (I am not a pilot, but I am a military history buff).

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July 19th, 2018

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July 18th, 2018

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July 18th, 2018

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6 August 1864, SW Atlanta, GA. General Sherman moves around the west side of Atlanta to cut Confederate rail lines south of the city. Confederate General Bate digs in above Utoy Creek and in the path of Union General Schofield. Union troops assault the Confederate positions and are repulsed with heavy losses. (03-06-204)

About Marc Stewart

Marc Stewart

Recipient of the 2008 R. G. Smith Award for Excellence in Naval Aviation Art. Presented by the National Museum of Naval Aviation Foundation. Marc Stewart is a native of Atlanta, Georgia, currently residing in Newnan, Georgia. He has always had an interest in flying and of aircraft (WWII aircraft in particular). As a teenager he earned his pilots license. He and his friends flew all over the U.S. and Canada in a Cessna 120, and through the ignorance of youth (mixed with a lot of luck) narrowly averted death many times! They would often get two aircraft and "dogfight" each other or put on "airshows" for their friends -- including one stunt flight through an expressway underpass. In college Marc became involved in...

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