Harper's Weekly 'Iron-Clad Navy' Illustration

U.S.A., 1862
16 x 22 in (41 x 56 cm)
"Our New Iron-Clad Navy -- From Mathematical Drawings"

This page from Harper's Weekly depicts Civil War Iron Clad ships. In the top row: the Monitor, Onondaga, and Passaic. In the second: the Puritan, Woodna, Roanoke, Ironsides, Naugatuck, and Brooklyn. Finally, in the bottom row: the Puritan, Woodna, and Roanoke.

Harper's Weekly was an American political magazine that ran from 1857 until 1916. It was known for its coverage of the American Civil War which included mixed media such as illustrations, engravings, maps, and photographs. Famous political cartoonists such as Thomas Nast, Winslow Homer, and Granville Perkins all contributed an array of work to the publication. It was the most widely read journal in the United States at its peak.

Artist: Granville Perkins

Year: September 13, 1862

Condition: Good; please note small tears on top and bottom of page where fold line is also visible.

This page is linen-backed on canvas. Email us at postermuseum@gmail.com for more details.

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