What is
“The Civil War  Chronology
(previously called The Civil War 150
This is the name I have given to the
ongoing project I have developed for
myself to chronicle the lesser-known
people and events of the Civil War era.
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Because our web host
quit supporting our original 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
( Of particular note:
clicking the "Home" tab on some
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To follow the artist's blog, visit:

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


Gallery and Activities

Civil War Artwork
For class and workshop information, as
well as other artistic directions the artist
pursues, please visit:
Amy talking about creating her Civil War
artwork on U-Tube:
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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Blank Note Cards feature the historic
sights and memorials that can be
seen in Gettysburg today.
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Updated March 2013
©Amy V. Lindenberger 1998-2014
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.
Historical Commissions
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
Gettysburg Visitor Information
from Destination Gettysburg
The Historical Art of Civil War Artist,
Amy V. Lindenberger, CPSA
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
area shops in Gettysburg.
●  Original Artwork from the series,
Beyond the Battlefield.
of the series are available in either
Limited Edition
Offset Lithograph
(depending upon the
desired drawing)
Order Form

●  Framed Small & Mini Prints
matted, framed, & shipped directly
to you.  
Some now Available for Purchase online
Beyond the Battlefield:
Many thanks to Karen Hendricks of
Hendricks Communications for her fine
article about my work! Check out this
link to the article:
We closed our brick-and-mortar
location at 333 Baltimore Street
in Gettysburg, PA in December
But we didn't go far!
We actually stayed at 333
Baltimore Street as part of:
The Drawing Room Gallery is
a co-op gallery joining the
artistic talents of Claire
Beadon Carnell, Sue
Frotscher, Dianne Lorden,
Larry Lerew, Charlotte
Yealey and myself.
Open Thurs - Sun 11 - 6
Please stop in and meet the
My commissioned painting,
Ride to Glory: General James A.
Garfield at the Battle of
Chickamauga, is now on
permanent display at the James
Garfield National Historic Site in
Mentor, OH.
A collaborative project between
myself and diorama builder Don
Griffin of Bowie, MD -- "The Price
of Freedom" -- is now on
permanent display at Musselman
Library on the campus of
Gettysburg College.
I will be appearing at the Civil War
Encampment weekend at the
A. Garfield National Historic Site in
Mentor, OH, July 19 & 20, signing
prints of
Ride to Glory.
Life in the Midst of War: the
Civil War Colored Pencil
Paintings of Amy Lindenberger
will be on display at the
Council for the Arts
159 S. Main St.
Chambersburg, PA
June 20 - August 15
Reception Friday, June 20, 5 - 7 pm