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I've got a print I picked up at a Friends of NRA banquet several years ago. It's titled "Silenced Honkers" by Paul Calle. I plucked the image off of the Internet. My print is matted and framed. I think the red coat really makes the scene "pop".
"La defensa de Zaragoza", by David Wilkie. The central figure is Agustina de Aragón, who was a heroine, and subject of folklore, during the Peninsular War era. She is sort of Spanish Joan of Arc, though her later years were more pleasant than the French lady. Anywho, I've liked this painting and figured it sort of fit the theme.