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military patriotism


in honor of our heroes and patriotism...

To honor those whose service to our country and protect our freedom.

Limited editions, artist proofs and Giclée

Our Spirit Soars - Giclée ~ $ 115

Issued in 2011

Giclee on paper

IS: 6 x 19-1/4 ins.

Edition: 250 and 25 artist's proofs

In 1888, Congress authorized construction of an Army Post near Omaha, Nebraska. The Fort Crook Army Post Gazebo is the sight of numerous weddings and receptions and sits opposite the reviewing stand and General’s Row.


Issued in 2002 
IS: 6-7/8 x 9-3/4 ins. PS: 8-7/8 x 11-3/4 ins. 
Edition: 1,000 and 25 artist's proofs 

Gazebo at General's Row ~ $ 70

The General's Row of 1900 Army houses is at the Strategic Airforce Command Headquarters in Bellevue, Nebraska.

The Generals at General's Row - Giclée ~ Small $ 120 / Large $ 500

P. Buckley Moss giclées are printed using the very latest form of high-tech, high quality art reproduction. We use the finest of substrates (premium acid free canvases and papers with a deckled edge) using archival, pigmented inks for long lasting works of art. Rich in texture and color, each reproduction has the look and feel of a highly prized original.


Issued in 2011 
Giclée on paper 
Small - IS: 6 x 20 ins. 
Large: - IS: 12-1/2 x 41 ins. 
Edition: 500 and 15 artist's proofs

In Their Memory ~ $ 125

A view of West Point Military Academy overlooking the scenic Hudson River in New York.


Issued in 1994 
IS: 7-3/4 x 28-5/16 ins. PS: 9-3/4 x 30-5/16 ins. 
Edition: 1,000 and 25 artist's proofs

Fourth of July at VMI ~ $ 125


Issued in 2002 
IS: 7-1/16 x 26-1/8 ins. PS: 9-1/16 x 28-1/8 ins. 
Edition: 1,000 and 25 artist's proofs 

Commitment to Excellence w / Emblem ~ $ 110

This print features the chapel at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado.


Issued in 1991 
IS: 7-11/16 x 26-1/2 ins. PS: 9-11/16 x 28-1/2 ins. 
Edition: 2 of 1,000 and 25 artist's proofs 

Dreamsville, U.S.A. - Giclée ~ $ 125

Dennison Railroad Depot, Dennison, Ohio, portrayed as it was during its World War II heyday. Dennison was nicknamed Dreamsville USA during WWII.


Issued in 2012 
Giclee on paper 
IS: 8-1/4 x 19-1/8 ins. 
Edition: 250 and 25 artist's proofs 

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