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David R. Wagner
David R. Wagner, a lifelong resident of Connecticut, attended Black Hills Teachers College and University of Connecticut, and received a degree in History from Eastern Connecticut State College. A self-taught and versatile artist, Mr. Wagner's media include acrylic on canvas paintings and pen & ink illustrations. His subjects include portraits, still lifes, landscapes, Native American scenes, and representations of historical events. Most Notably:
  • Historical series depicting the activities of the French and Continental Armies during the American Revolution. The finished collection will cover all eight states traversed by Washington and Rochambeau during their campaigns, and will number well over 100 paintings (ongoing).
  • A collection of 102 paintings depicting the history of the Eastern Woodland peoples, commissioned by the Mohegan Tribe in Uncasville, Connecticut.
  • Mr. Wagner currently resides in Scotland, Connecticut with his wife and family.




Brilliantly Illuminated-Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Series by David Wagner
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British Panic, Rhode Island-Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Series by David R. Wagner
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Disembarking Rhode Island JULY 11, 1778 Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Series by David R. Wagner
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First Anchorage - Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Series by David R. Wagner
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First Encampment at Waterman's Tavern Washington-Rochambeau Route Series by David R. Wagner
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French Army Encampment At East Hartford, Oct.-Nov. 1782 by David Wagner
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Little Rest March 6, 1781 Washington-Rochambeau Route Series by David Wagner
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OVERVIEW OF ENCAMPMENTS AT PROVIDENCE Washing -Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Series by David R. Wagner
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Overview of Second Camp at Plainfield-WAshing-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Series by David R. Wagner
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Rhode Island Naval Welcome Washington-Rochambeau Revolutuinary Route Series by David Wagner
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Squirrel Hunt-Connecticut Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Series by David Wagner
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The Battle of Rhode Island , Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Series by David R. Wagner
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The French Fleet at Newport A Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Series by David Wagner
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THE GRAND PARADE IN PROVIDENCE Washington-Rochambeau Route Series by David R. Wagner
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The Legend of Biscuit Hill-Washington-Rochambeau Route Series by David R. Wagner
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The Meeting at the Ferry Crossing-Washington-Rochambeau Route Series
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The Question Washington -Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Series by David Wagner
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The Scotland Incident-Washington -Rochambeau Route Series
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Train of Artillery on Route 14 -Washington-Rochambeau Route Series by David R. Wagner
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WATERMAN'S TAVERN Washington-Rochambeau Route Series by David R. Wagner
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