ZENITH GALLERYest. 1978
Celebrating 39 Years in the Nation’s Capital
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 HUBERT JACKSON

Biography


American Saga
Mixed media and Acrylic
36" x 36"
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Contraband Campsite
Mixed media and Acrylic
20” x 14”
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Mother and Daughters
Acrylic on Canvas

30” x 24”
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Passage
Mixed media & acrylic
20" x 14"
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The Procession
Acrylic on canvas
30" x 24"
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Violinist in White  
Acrylic and Mixed Med
ia
28” x 22”
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Spirits of Brandy Station
Acrylic and mixed media on canvas
42” x 30”
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Spirits of Bull Run
Acrylic and mixed media on canvas
30” x 30”
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Spirits of Cold Harbor
Mixed Media
30” x 40”

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Spirits of Good Hope
Mixed Media
36” x 24”

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Spirits of Cow Ford
Acrylic and mixed media on canvas
32" x 32"
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Spirits of Culpeper
Mixed media and Acrylic
30” x 30”
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Spirits of Fredericksburg

Mixed Media and acrylic on canvas
24” x 36”
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The Storyteller

Acrylic on canvas
36" x 36"
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Charles Wright (The Runaway Slave Who Saved the Union)
Mixed media and acrylic on canvas
53” x 41” framed
SOLD


The Bureau of Military Information (BMI) was created in 1863 and was the precursor to the CIA, created in 1947. Charlie Wright, a young black man, arrived at Union Lines from Culpeper, Virginia in June 1863. He had extensive knowledge of the units in Lee’s army and asserted that Lee’s army was moving into Maryland. Gen. Joseph Hooker, who took command of the Army of the Potomac, ordered his army to shadow the Confederate forces’ movements while traveling on the eastern side of the Blue Ridge Mountains out of view of Lee’s troops. This movement by the Union Army forced the battle at Gettysburg. Wright’s intelligence was the key factor in convincing Hooker to move his forces, and eventually enabled Union forces to get to Gettysburg first and seize the best ground. – CIA.gov

 

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