SOLD! for $480.00.
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After Carl Gutherz (Swiss/American, 1844-1907, active in Memphis, 1860-1907), photographic print of General Robert E. Lee, titled "Sunset After Appomattox", depicting the defeated general resting on a fallen tree with his horse Traveler at his side, after a painting of the same name, also by Gutherz (currently in the collection of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art). Signed in pencil lower right beneath the print. Mounted on cardstock and matted under glass in original wood frame. Image – 10" H x 13" W. Framed – 17 1/2" H x 21" W. CONDITION: Scratches throughout, the largest measuring 6 1/2" long moving from Travelerâs head, through the Generalâs nose, and ending at the horseâs tail. The signature is smudged and faded. Cardstock is brittle and darkened with holes from nails on the edges.