Winter scout training, Quebec city, 1759-60

Light Infantrymen of the 15th Regiment are being instructed in the use of snowshoes by an NCO of Rogers' Rangers, while a junior officer watches.
The American Army, and Light Infantry and Rangers in particular, adopted a combination of white and Native American dress to help them survive the harsh winter conditions.
In addition they wear woolen capotes, and carry bearskins and full field packs.

FROM: Osprey Publishing's, British Light Infantryman of the Seven Years' War (North America 1757-63)

PRICE: £325.00 (unframed)
SIZE: Image approx. H 23 cm x W 31 cm (H 9 x W 12 inches)
MEDIUM: Watercolour and gouache

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Winter scout training, Quebec city, 1759-60
Winter scout training, Quebec city, 1759-60

Light Infantrymen of the 15th Regiment are being instructed in the use of snowshoes by an NCO of Rogers' Rangers, while a junior officer watches.
The American Army, and Light Infantry and Rangers in particular, adopted a combination of white and Native American dress to help them survive the harsh winter conditions.
In addition they wear woolen capotes, and carry bearskins and full field packs.

FROM: Osprey Publishing's, British Light Infantryman of the Seven Years' War (North America 1757-63)

PRICE: £325.00 (unframed)
SIZE: Image approx. H 23 cm x W 31 cm (H 9 x W 12 inches)
MEDIUM: Watercolour and gouache

Order this work:

Watercolour and Gouache painting £325
 
Item added to cart