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All paintings by Don Troiani can be found in the virtual tour of Liberty: Don Troiani’s Paintings of the Revolutionary War. Access the location of each painting by following the instructions provided below. To remove the text, click on the "i" button.

53rd Regiment of Foot Private, 1777 by Don Troiani, 2015
Location: #8 “Battles of Saratoga”
Rotate slightly to the left, the painting can be found to the left of Freeman’s Farm.

A Soldier of the 8th Massachusetts Regiment, 1777 by Don Troiani, 2018
Location: #7 “Burgoyne’s Army”
Rotate all the way around to the blue wall behind you. The painting can be found to the right of Breymann’s Redoubt below the Brunswick Camp Follower.

A Soldier of Lord Dunmore’s Ethiopian Regiment by Don Troiani, 2020
Location: #3 “The Times that Try Men’s Souls”
Rotate to the left. The painting is on the edge of the next blue wall under the title “War in Virginia, 1775-1776.”

Artillery of Independence, Siege of Yorktown, Virginia, October 9, 1781 by Don Troiani, 2013
Location: #16 “War’s End”
Rotate to the left and click on the painting with the blue and red flag.

Battle of Bunker Hill by Don Troiani, 2000
Location: #2 “Let It Begin Here”
Rotate to the right. It will be the next painting on the edge of the blue wall, next to the case of weapons.

Battle of Guilford Courthouse by Don Troiani, 2010
Location: #13 “Guilford Courthouse”
Directly in front.

Battle of Kingsbridge (Stockbridge Indian Massacre) by Don Troiani, 2019
Location: #10 "Battle of 1778”
Rotate to the left. The painting is on the next blue wall.

Battle of Trenton, December 26, 1776 by Don Troiani, 2008
Location: #5 “Trenton and Princeton”
The painting is located in front of you to the left of the “Flag of the 8th Virginia Regiment.”

Brave Men as Ever Fought by Don Troiani, 2020
Location: #12 “Rhode Island Regiment”
The painting is on the far right edge of the wall next to the brown “A Closer Look” text panel.

Breymann’s Redoubt, Battle of Saratoga, 1777 by Don Troiani, 2006
Location: #7 “Burgoyne's Army”
Rotate all the way around to the right. The painting is on the left hand side on the blue wall.

Brunswick Broadswords, The Brunswick Dragoons at the Battle of Bennington by Don Troiani, 2018
Location: #7 “Burgoyne’s Army”
The painting is to the right of the “A Closer Look: Artifacts” brown text panel.

Brunswick Camp Follower by Don Troiani, 2015
Location: #7 “Burgoyne’s Army”
Rotate around the room to the right. This figure study is next to the painting, Breymann’s Redoubt, Battle of Saratoga, 1777.

Concord Bridge, The Nineteenth of April, 1775 by Don Troiani, 2009
Location: #3 “The Times That Try’s Men's Souls”
Rotate to the right. The painting is to the right of the “A Closer Look: Field Study” brown text panel.

Freeman’s Farm by Don Troiani, 2015
Location: #8 “Battle of Saratoga”
Directly in front.

Hesse-Cassel Grenadier of the 3rd Garde Regiment, 1776 by Don Troiani, 2017
Location: #4 “Battles of 1776”
Rotate to the right. The painting is on the main wall with four images, placed on the bottom left-hand side.

Hesse-Hanau Artillery Drummer, Parade Dress by Don Troiani, 2018
Location: #10 “Battles of 1778”
Rotate to the right. The painting will be on the far right before the green text panel, “War in the South.”

Margaret Corbin, Fort Washington by Don Troiani, 2011
Location: #4 “Battles of 1776”
Rotate around the room to the left.

Molly Pitcher, Battle of Monmouth, 1778 by Don Troiani, 2004
Location: #9 “Molly Pitcher”
Directly in front.

Morgan’s Rifles by Don Troiani, 2015
Location: #8 “Battles of Saratoga”
Rotate to the left. The painting is to the left of the two smaller canvases at the end of the wall.

Nathan Hale, September 22, 1776 by Don Trioani, 2009
Location: #3 “The Times that Try Men’s Souls”
Directly in front of you next to the green text panel.

Raiders of the Mohawk Valley by Don Troiani, 2019
Location: # 10 “Battles of 1778”
Directly in front.

The Boston Massacre, March 5, 1770 by Don Trioani, 2017
Location: #1 “Introduction”
Rotate around the room to the right.

The Oneida at the Battle of Oriskany, August 6, 1777 by Don Troiani, 2005
Location: #6 “Oriskany”
Directly in front.

The Redoubt, Battle of Bunker Hill, June 17, 1775 by Don Troiani, 2009
Location: #2 “Let it Begin Here”
Rotate to the left. The painting will be on the back wall to the right of the case of weapons.

The Veteran’s Return by Don Troiani, 2020
Location: #16 “War’s End”
Directly in front.

Victory at Yorktown by Don Troiani, 2020
Location: #15 “Siege and Surrender at Yorktown”
Rotate to the left. The painting can be found at the end of the blue wall, to the right of the exhibit door.

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