The Old Print Shop

View of the Battle Ground at Concord, Mass.

  • ARTIST: Fitz Henry Lane

  • MEDIUM: Lithograph,

    DATE: undated, c.1850.

  • EDITION SIZE: Image size 12 7/8 x 19 3/8" (326 x 493 mm).

  • DESCRIPTION: F. H. Lane, del. Thayer's Lithography, Boston. Title continues "'Here, on the 19th of April, 1775, was made the first forcible resistance to British agression. On the Opposite bank stood the American Militia. Here stood the invading army, and on this spot the first of the enemy fell in the war of the Revolution, which gave peace to these United States. In gratitude to God, and in the love of Freedom, this monument was erected, A.D. 1836.' (inscription on the monument)."


  • CONDITION: Fair condition, tear in left margin, stains in the title area, a strong bright impression.

  • REFERENCE: Wilmerding, J. #155; Deak, G. #617.