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Major General James Wolfe  Mezzotint

Major General James Wolfe 


C. 1760 

16 1/2” x 12 1/2” frame, 14” x 10” sight 



Major General James Wolfe played a pivotal role in the historic Battle of Quebec, a significant engagement during the Seven Years’ War. Renowned for his strategic acumen and unwavering leadership, Wolfe commanded the British forces in their endeavor to seize the stronghold of Quebec City from the French. Confronted with obstacles like challenging terrain and a formidable adversary, Wolfe’s resolute spirit and tactical prowess were instrumental in securing triumph for the British forces. His legacy endures as a testament to courage and military prowess, perpetually commemorating his pivotal role in shaping the history of North America.

Major General James Wolfe  Mezzotint

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