Over the Hills

Sergeant Gibbs and the Advance Party

Limited edition collector’s print. 250 print edition

Late Summer, 1756. Sergeant William Gibbs of the Independent Company of South Carolina leads a detachment of twenty soldiers and a number of Cherokee warriors, including the chief Attakullakulla, on an expedition from Fort Prince George (near present day Clemson, South Carolina) to Tomately, a Cherokee town located near Chota, the capitol of the Cherokee Nation, in what is now East Tennessee.  

On arrival, Gibbs was to reconnoiter the area for a new British fortification that would eventually be called Fort Loudoun.

Image size is 14" x 17 3/4 ", overall print size is 18" x 24". Print cost is $35 plus $10 shipping and handling (and sales tax, if applicable).

Prints are reproduced from the original oil painting with archival paper and fade-resistant inks. Each of the 250 prints in the edition are signed and numbered by the artist and are accompanied by a numbered registration/ historical summary certificate.

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