Media and Publications

Hollywood has enlisted him as consultant on Civil War uniforms and equipage for the feature film "Cold Mountain" starring Nicole Kidman, Rene Zellweger and Jude Law for which he received screen credit, as well as "Cold Mountain, The Journey from book to film." Troiani has also been military/historical advisor (and made appearances) on "Civil Journal" and the miniseries "The American Revolution" done by The A&E network, 52 episodes of the History Channel's Television appearances on "Missing Reward", "Incurable Collector", and "Hunt for Amazing Treasures" are among his other television credits.  The most recent use of his works is in the upcoming feature film, "Night at the Museum 3" by 20th Century Fox.

Mr. Troiani is regularly contacted by major museums and collectors from across the country because of his extensive knowledge of military artifacts. He has appraised collections in the Connecticut State Capitol, Connecticut State Library, Atlanta History Center (Atlanta Historical Society), and Confederate Memorial Hall, New Orleans. Numerous items from his vast militaria collection have appeared in the acclaimed Time-Life "Echoes Of Glory" series on the Civil War and hundreds of other publications. Other artifacts of his have been loaned for exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution, Delaware Historical Society, Connecticut Museum of History, Pamplin Park, The West Point Museum, Virginia Historical Society and the National Park Service Visitor’s Center in Gettysburg, PA.
Troiani's artwork has appeared in many television productions on the A&E Military and Discovery channels, NBC, CPTV, CNN, and FOX.

Some include:
“O’Reilly Factor”
“The Colbert Report”
and in many prestigious newspapers and magazines including:
"The Washington Post"
"The New York Times"
“National Geographic”
"The Washington Times"
"American Revolution Center",  Philadelphia, Penna.
"U.S. News and World Reports"
U.S. Dept. of State
"USA Today"
"The Boston Globe"
"American Heritage"
"American Rifleman"
“PM Magazine” (Germany)
"Civil War Times
" Los Angeles Times"
"The Arizona Republic"
"America's Civil War"
"The Hartford Courant"
“Guerres & Histoire” (France)
"Southwest Art"
"Southern Accents"
"Connecticut Magazine"
“Southern Living”
"Antiques Road Show Insider "
"Antiques and Arts Weekly"
"Litchfield County Times"
"Coin World"
"Waterbury Republican American"
"Civil War News",
"Danbury News Times"
"The Courier News"
"The Gettysburg Times"
"America's Civil War"
"The Bridgeport Post"
"Military History",
"Man at Arms" ,
“VFW Magazine”
“Warner Brothers Productions”
"The Quarterly Journal of Military History"
"International Churchill Society"
“Svenskt Militar Historia tidskrift “ (Sweden)
“MONDADORI Magazine” (France)
"Confederate Veteran"
“Cleveland Plain Dealer”
“Pallasch” (Austria)
"Art Business News"
" North and South Magazine"
"The Times Picayune"
“Cleveland Daily Banner”
“Hallowed Ground”
“American Revolution”
Historiens Hojedpunkter (Denmark)
Confederate Historical Association of Belgium
“Militaerhistorie” (Norway)
“Pubicat” (Poland)
Desperta Ferro Ediciones SLNE (Spain)
The Army Museum (Canada)
Musee du Fort Saint-Jean (Canada)
Lrt editions (France)



No other artist better exemplifies the great tradition of 19th century realism in paintings capturing historic events.  His attention to detail creates an eerie verisimilitude!

Dr. Walter L. Powell, Executive Director Gettysburg Battlefield Association.
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