Wartime artists recorded the intense drama of battle during the Civil War Kurt Shaw Wed., November 6, 2013 9:00 p.m. | Wednesday, November 6, 2013 9:00 p.m. Frick Art Museum Joseph Becker (American, 1841–1910), 'Distributing Thanksgiving Favors to the Soldiers of the Army of the Potomac During the Siege of Petersburg,' November 24, 1864. Frick Art Museum Henri Lovie (American, b. Prussia, 1829–1875), 'General Asboth and Staff on Horseback,' December 10, 1861. Frick Art Museum James E. Taylor (American, 1839–1901), 'Hearing the News of the Fall of Richmond in Goldsboro, North Carolina,' April 6, 1865. Frick Art Museum Arthur Lumley (American, b. Ireland, 1837–1912), 'Dinner Time: Twenty-Second Regiment,' January 1, 1862. Frick Art Museum Henri Lovie (American, b. Prussia, 1829–1875), 'Battle for Fort Henry, Tennessee,' February 6, 1862. Frick Art Museum Henri Lovie (American, b. Prussia, 1829–1875), 'Squirrel Rifles: Sketch at the Depot in Xenia, Ohio,' September 5, 1862. Frick Art Museum Frederic B. Schell (American, d. 1905), 'Chattanooga Valley Sketched From Lookout Mountain After Sherman’s Victory,' November 25, 1863.