Historical Art Gallery
items in cart
#1. Limited Edition Prints with Veterans Signatures
#2-Secondary Market Prints
#2. Commissioned Portraits
#4. John Buxton Original Oil Paintings
1. War Dog Art
3.Original Paintings by Don Troiani
4. Original Paintings by Terry Waldron
5. Original Art of Mark Maritato
Classic Stars & Cars
French and Indian War
Operation Enduring Freedom
Operation Iraqi Freedom
Presidential and Famous People Portraits
Race Horse Legends
War of 1812
WWI / WWII
Whats On Sale
The First Navy Jack Flag by Steve Berger
Flag History: Much debate has arisen about whether or not the First Navy Jack flag was flown by Commodore Esek Hopkins on the Alfred, flagship of the Continental fleet, in January,1776. Described as a "strip’’’’d jack" in the "Signals for the American Fleet," the flag could have been the First Navy Jack or just a plain red and white striped jack that was commonly used by American merchant ships. Conceived by Commodore Hopkins in 1775, the First Navy Jack is shown as having 13 alternating red and white stripes with an uncoiled rattlesnake and the "Don’’’’t Tread on Me" motto. It wasfirst used as a signal to engage the enemy. Using the rattlesnake image on a flag shows unity and power or it can be conceived as a threat. The image is meant as a warning that America will attack when provoked.
Available in sizes ranging from 16" x 16" to a mammoth 40" x 40" show-piece.
Each print is digitally recreated on museum grade canvas and with proper care, is guaranteed for the lifetime of the canvas.
50 of each print will be available as a limited signed edition and will be accompanied by a certificate and signed letter from the artist.
This piece can be purchased as...
$620.00 - Size44x 44 Canvas Giclee
$470.00 - Size 22 x 22 Canvas Giclee
$350.00 - Size 16 x 16 Canvas Giclee
We The People from a Series of the US Flags by Steve Berger
The Betsy Ross Flag by artist Steve Berger
The Grand Union Flag by Steve Berger
The Swallow Tail Cavalry Flag by Steve Berger
The Confederate States Flag by Steve Berger
Appeal To Heaven 1775-1783 by Steve Berger