National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick, MD

The 1999- 2000 Project. Painted with assistants of two more artists: Alexander Tkachenko and Barney Judge. The project includes eight murals and dioramas, depict the camp life and medicine treatment of the both sides soldiers (Union and Confederates ) during the Civil War.

“The Camp life”. Life size diorama. The Union Camp in the early morning shows all kind of activities: Backing the bread, preparing breakfast, washing the close, reading letters, warming up near the fire, etc. Details of the 12×78 feet painting.

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“The train car”. Caring the wounded. Details from the 9×32 feet painting.

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“Medical evacuation”. The diorama depicts wounded soldiers, ambulances and the process of evacuation. Details of the 9×32 feet painting.

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“The Dressing Station” The diorama depict the dressing station on Gettysburg, were the wounded in the battle were delivered for the very first aid. The 12×40 feet painting depicts the particular place of the Gettysburg field.

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“Field Hospital”. Wounded soldiers, delivered to the closest battlefield hospital, waiting for doctor’s treatment. Details of 11×24 ft. diorama.

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