Amy will be showing and selling her
work at the:
Marketplace
of the
Ladies and Gentlemen of the 1860s
Conference
www.genteelarts.com
Radisson Penn Harris Hotel and
Convention Center
1150 Camp Hill Bypass
Camp Hill, PA 17011
March 2 - 4

Ohio Civil War Collectors' Show
May 5-6
www.ohiocivilwarshow.com
Richland County Fairgrounds
750 Home Rd
Mansfield, OH

A. V. Lindenberger's
Civil War Fine Art
Gallery & Studio
333 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325
(717) 338-3463







To follow the artist's blog, visit:
http:/
/amylindenberger.blogspot.com


Amy Lindenberger is also
a member of
the Daily Painters of Pennsylvania.
To visit their blog:
Civil War Fine Art
Gallery Pages:
Overview of all work
Civil War Fine Art
The Historical Art of Civil War Artist,
Amy V. Lindenberger, CPSA

Online

Gettysburg
Gallery and Activities

Civil War Artwork
For class and workshop
information, as well as other
artistic directions the artist
pursues, please visit:
AmyLindenberger.com
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Amy talking about creating
her Civil War artwork on
U-Tube:
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch
?v=-Spsf3zPbAQ&feature=related
Beyond the Battlefield
is the artist's primary series of
work.   Other series that depict
people, places, and events from
the Civil War and/or Gettysburg
are developing as Lindenberger's
research continues.
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Not a dealer? If you would
like your local art dealer to
make
any of Ms. Lindenberger's
images available to you,
please let them know!
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Collect
Beyond the Battlefield:
●  Original Artwork from the
series,
Beyond the
Battlefield.
                                                                          
of the series are available in either
Limited Edition
Offset Lithograph
or
Giclées
(depending upon the
desired drawing)
Order Form

●  Framed Small & Mini
Prints matted, framed, &
shipped directly to you.  
Contact the artist directly
for more information about
purchasing any artwork.
Cards may be purchased via phone,
email, postal mail, or by visiting Civil
War Fine Art Gallery and Studio and
other
area shops in Gettysburg.
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Blank Verse Note Cards
feature the historic sights
and memorials that can be
seen in Gettysburg today.
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Site Map
Updated January 2012
©Amy V. Lindenberger 1998-2012
All rights reserved.  None of the images on this website may be reproduced without permission in writing from the artist.  
All artwork, research and narratives by Civil War artist Amy V. Lindenberger.


ALSO PLEASE NOTE!
                                                                                            
Because our web host recently
quit supporting our editing
software, none of the pages on this
site created prior to September
2011 can be updated. We will
recreate the pages in need of
updates as time permits; however,
at present the page you are now
viewing is the only one that will be
updated regularly. If you need to
check the status of a particular
piece, please contact us. We
apologize for the inconvenience!


The gallery is currently
closed for the season.
Off-season hours are by
chance or appointment only,
but phone, email, and postal
mail orders and inquiries are
invited year-round.

The gallery will reopen in the
Spring of 2012
for our ninth season of
business in Gettysburg.
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Historical Commissions
Accepted
Are you interested in
commissioning a portrait of your
Civil War ancestor, or are you a
member of an organization seeking
to commemorate some aspect of
the Civil War (perhaps to coincide
with the Civil War
Sesquicentennial Anniversary)?
Contact the
artist to discuss the
possibilities
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This is the name I have given to
the ongoing project I have
developed for myself – in honor
of the Sesquicentennial (150th)
Anniversary of the Civil War era
(1861 – 1865) -- to chronicle the
lesser-known people and events
of the Civil War era beginning
with the publication of Harriet
Beecher Stowe’s
Uncle Tom’s
Cabin
in 1852, and continuing
through the end of the Civil War
and the assassination of Abraham
Lincoln in April 1865.   
Read
more . . .
What is
“The Civil War 150
Project”?
Gettysburg Visitor Information
from The Gettysburg
Convention and Visitor's Bureau
   
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January 13 - February 24
Teacher's Exhibition
Main Gallery
of the
Adams County Arts Education Center
125 S. Washington Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325
www.adamsarts.org
717-334-5006  
  
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A reception will be held on Friday,
February 3, from 7 to 9 pm
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February 1, 2011- January 31, 2012
The Colored Pencil Society of America's
Explore This! 7 Online Exhibit
Departure
www.cpsa.org
ARTWORK IN PUBLIC
DISPLAYS
January 4 - February 7
Beyond the Battlefield
solo show at
The gallery at Westminster
2040 Washington Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15241
Open daily 9 - 5
www.westminster-church.org
                                                      
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A gallery talk by the artist will be
presented on Thursday, February 2nd
at 7 pm. Please call 412-835-6630 to
indicate your plans to attend
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