Artwork by T. Stonefield
As a Revolutionary War reenactor, I often take on the persona of an 18th Century itinerant artist, traveling from one historic house to the next. After painting each of the Mallaliu children, I decided to paint their father, Raoul dressed as an 1812 Rifleman. Not only does the painting detail the rifleman uniform and its accoutrements, but it reflects the model’s stance and personality set in one of the original battle sites.
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I love your work! Your depiction of colonial people and outfits are particularly outstanding!
Thank you so much! History and portraits are my two passions that have come together in my art.
It’s like a Manet.