James Henley Thornwell (1812-1862) was an American Presbyterian preacher, and religious writer from South Carolina. Althought a supporter of the Confederacy he preached that the African American population were people created in the image of God just like whites and that they should call slaves their brothers. He was a prominent Old School Presbyterian, preaching and writing on theological and social issues. He was president of South Carolina College and then teacher at Columbia Theological Seminary.
“James Thornwell” is a 16″ x 12″ signed and numbered Gicleé Fine art print on Fine Art Archival Paper/ 300 GSM /100+ year rating, Textured.