Surrender of Lord Cornwallis by Trumbull
Surrender of Lord Cornwallis/by John Trumbull. Painting depicts the British surrender of British after the Battle of Yorktown on October 19, 1781 (ending the American Revolution). Note: Cornwallis is not actually depicted in the scene. On the white horse is American general Benjamin Lincoln; on the brown horse is George Washington. Image date: ca. 1820.
Image ID: 001285
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Image size: 13.4 Mpixels (38.2 MB uncompressed) - 4500x2967 pixels (15.0x9.8 in / 38.1x25.1 cm at 300 ppi)
Image keywords: 1700s, 18th-century, American Revolution, Americas, Art-Architecture, Battle of Yorktown, Benjamin Lincoln, Charles Cornwallis, Early-Modern, Eon4480, EonValue, Events, George Washington, Great Britain, John Trumbull, Revolutionary War, United States, Virginia, War-Conflict, Yorktown, art, battles, fine art, paintings, surrenders