Hoskins House

Original Artist Proof

Artist: D. Gallon
Overall Size: 30 ½” x 18“ — Image Size: 26 ½″ x 15″

About 1:30 in the afternoon March 15, 1781, British troops under the command of Lord Charles Cornwallis charged the forward position of American soldiers led by general Nathanael Greene. Depicted in this painting British reserves stand in formation near the Hoskins House and farm on the New Garden Road.

Ultimately, Greene was forced to retreat but it was a victory the British could ill afford. Cornwallis’ army suffered 27 percent casualties.

About The Artist
D. Gallon is a graduate of the Art Center College of Design in Los Angles, California and taught illustration at Long Beach State University. He has created historically significant paintings focused on the American Civil War as well as the acclaimed series on the Revolutionary War Battle of Guilford Courthouse offered here — Turning Point at Guilford, Hoskins House and Greene at Guilford Courthouse — Owning one of these prints or Artist Proofs can become a family heirloom and contribute to the understanding of our War for Independence. Order your choice of these historic visions of the battle that was the turning point of the Revolutionary War.