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Gettysburg, PA November 18th, 1863 6PM President Abraham Lincoln arrives at the railroad station for the dedication of the National Cemetery the following day.

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Battle of Ridgefield, CT - Anniversary Images

Wyatt Tracey & Dale with Wyatt’s portrait that Dale painted in 1985!

Wyatt visited Gettysburg & emailed to set up a meeting to meet Dale to share this portrait that Dale painted of Wyatt when he was 11 years old.  Dale is currently painting a portrait for another customer similar to this. Contact us for private commissions!

Dale’s Art on Book Covers

Gallon Historical Art has worked with dozens of authors and other creatives who want to use Dale’s artwork in their projects. Below are some of the books that feature Dale’s work on the cover. If you have a project and would like to use one of Dale’s images, please reach out today.

Last Promise features Brigadier General John Fulton Reynolds entering into a secret engagement with Catherine Mary Hewitt in Philadelphia.

Book writer J. Paul Hickey used Dale’s image on his book The General & The Lady.

Clubs are Trumps depicts Major Edmund Rice leading the 19th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment.

This piece has been featured on Joe Owen’s Lone Star Valor: Texans of the Blue & Gray at Gettysburg.

“Wigfall’s Wedding Dress” tells the story of Mrs. Louis T. Wigfall giving her wedding dress to be made into a Lone Star Flag for the Regiment.

“Lone Star Flag to the Top” by Scott Bowden uses Dale’s image on its cover.

“Expecting A Battle” shows Major General George G. Meade speaking to Major General Winfield S. Hancock at Meade’s Headquarters.

Author Terry C. Pierce used Expecting A Battle on the cover of his book, Without Warning: The Saga of Gettysburg.

Tomorrow We Must Attack paints the scene when Lt. General Robert E. Lee stated, “If the enemy is there tomorrow, we must attack him.”

Scott Bowden used this Gallon image on his book titled Last Chance for Victory: Robert E. Lee and the Gettysburg Campaign

5 Gallon Original Oils For Sale

We will be acting as the agent for five Gallon original oil paintings that are currently available for sale. They are from the estate of a valued customer. These are oils that are well known and many of you have prints from them.

Pickett’s Grand Assault
Double Canister
Road to Gettysburg
Welcome to Mosby’s Confederacy

If you would like more information please contact Anne Gallon at 717-334-0430 or

Dale Working on “Defense of The Ridge”

Dale has been working on multiple pieces for future release. Check out this image of him putting the final touches on Defense of the Ridge.

Dale Working on "Defense of The Ridge"

Available in large, medium and mini framed giclee.

Dale & The Gettysburg Foundation

Dale was one of the original board members of the Friends of the National Park which is now the Gettysburg Foundation. He donated many art pieces to the Foundation through the years which they have used for fundraising.

Dale & Anne at the Grand Opening of the new Gettysburg Visitors Center in 2008

Gallon in the Community

The Gallons Raise Seeing-Eye Dogs

Since 2015 Dale & Anne have been working with Guiding Eyes for the Blind to raise puppies that will become a guide dog for a blind person.  They receive the 8 wk. old puppy and keep him until he is approximately 16 months old.  They provide basic training and much socialization.  Then they return the pup to Guiding Eyes in Yorktown Heights, NY where professional trainers prepare the dog to be a guide.

Dale & Anne have raised two dogs, George & Carlton and are currently raising Arnold.

Here’s a article featuring Anne and George.

Dale Meeting Customers

Dale Also Paints Nautical Scenes

You can view many of his paintings under the Nautical Art section of the online store.


In the Studio with Dale Gallon


Dale Gallon – Nautical Art


Dale Gallon – Windsong


Dale Gallon – Lee


Dale Gallon – 1997 Interview