Lord Nelson's Gallery
is located one half block from Lincoln Square on Chambersburg Street
(Rte. 30 west) in historic Gettysburg, PA. About one half of the
gallery is devoted to wildlife, nostalgic, and handcrafted art,
gifts, and accessories. The other half is what we're best known
for, the country's largest exhibitor of Eastern Indian/Frontier
art of the French & Indian War period with an equally impressive
collection of related books and fine accoutrements.
You'll find artwork by John
Buxton, Robert Griffing, Doug Hall, David Wright, Pamela Patrick
White, Carl Brenders, John Weiss, Heide Presse, Dean Morrissey,
Jason Tako, Mark Hopkins, Wayne Hyde and more. You'll find their
work in the gallery section of the site.