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February 4, 2011

Battle of Yorktown, Revolutionary War Mural, Yorktown, Virginia





This mural of silhouettes is on a concrete wall on Read Street in historic Yorktown, Virginia, a small road connecting the Yorktown Beach and Riverwalk Landing to the historic district on the hills above. The first photo depicts soldiers on the field of battle; the second a cannon; the third, cannon and soldiers manning a redoubt; and, the last is an extended view of a larger part of the mural.

3 comments:

Ebie said...

The murals are great in two tone colors. The silhouettes look like real shadows!

J_on_tour@jayzspaze said...

This is amazing and the colours are awesome. Let's hope they keep the hedge trimmed !

Unknown said...

Hello
Does anyone know who painted this? I'm doing a college assignment on murals and wanted to use this one but can't find any details about it. Thank you
Brad

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