AFTER THE SNOW Limited Edition Civil War Print by Mort Kunstler
On January 6, 1862, Winchester had a four-inch snowfall. It is 4:50 p.m., about fifteen minutes before sunset and the sun has just popped out before setting. as the storm passes off to the northeast. Sadly, the storms clouds of war would not go away so easily. The courthouse built in 1840, has changed very little since the Civil War days in Winchester. The scene is in winter (when the front courtyard was not full of prisoners) and incorporates some of the other buildings in the area.