James Redding Studio
The Witness Tree
This stately Osage Orange tree, nicknamed The Witness Tree, stood at the time of the Battle of Franklin in November 1864. It still graces the grounds of the Carnton Plantation which served as a military hospital during the battle.
- Finished Canvas: Art is printed on high-quality canvas, then stretched on 2" wooden bars. Gallery wrapped with black sides and ready to hang.
- Paper: Art is printed on acid-free paper with a 2" border for framing.
Processing time: Since each piece is made to order, please allow 2 weeks for the creation of your giclée print before shipment.
Gicleés (meaning “sprayed ink”) are fine art reproductions that retain all the subtle detail, color, and light of the original. Using high-resolution inks and the latest technology, a giclée is the finest art print available today.