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  • Before George Washington fought the Battle of Trenton he fought the elements, melodramatically depicted in Emanuel Leutze’s “Washington Crossing the Delaware.” This painting, one of a series of paintings of American historical scenes for which he is famous, is actually a rendering of the Rhine River since Leutze (1816 – 1868) was born and raised in Germany. Originally 12 feet high and 21 feet long, this painting was destroyed during World War II, and was replaced by a second, smaller version which symbolizes patriotism and freedom.
This wall tapestry will add a touch of old world charm to your décor. Made in the USA by skilled artisans using Jacquard looms, tapestries are created from pure cotton yarn. An iron rod and finial are included with the brackets and hardware for easy and elegant hanging.
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