In his classic painting, The Spirit of `76, Archibald M. Willard captured the intense desire for freedom that was felt in the colonies during the summer of 1776. Encouraged by Thomas Paine's book, Common Sense, and others who strongly supported separation from Great Britain, the colonists were ready to fight and even die for the right to be freed from tyranny.
|Title:||The Spirit of 1776|
|Artist:||Archibald M. Willard|
|Printed on:||premium poster paper|
|How is it shipped?||Comes rolled in a tube|