War of 1812 Comes Alive in Maritime Art Exhibition

  • July 26, 2012 20:58

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Paul Garnett's "North Atlantic Gale, USS Constitution" will be included in "The War of 1812 at Sea" exhibit at the Fairfield Museum.

The 200th anniversary of the War of 1812---America's "second war of independence" with Great Britain---is commemorated in an exhibition of maritime battle scene paintings and ship models.

On view at Connecticut's Fairfield Museum and History Center, "The War of 1812 at Sea: Marine Paintings from the J. Russell Jinishian Gallery" opens July 28 and continues through September 9.

 

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