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    MORT KÜNSTLER (American, b. 1931)
    Portraits of General James Longstreet, South Carolina, General John Brown Gordon, Georgia, and General John Bell Hood, Texas (three works), 1990
    Oil on board, each
    10 x 11-3/8 inches (25.4 x 28.9 cm), each
    Signed and dated lower left: © MKünstler '90, each
    EXHIBITED:
    Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere, "Mort Künstler: Images of the Civil War", May 15-August 1, 1992;
    Hammer Galleries, New York, n.d.

    LITERATURE:
    J.M. McPherson and M. Künstler, Images of the Civil War, New York, 1992, pp. 112, 187, illustrated;
    J.M. McPherson, Gettysburg: The Paintings of Mort Künstler, Atlanta, Georgia, 1993, pp. 18, 123, illustrated;
    M. Künstler and J.I. Robertson, Jackson & Lee: Legends in Gray: The Paintings of Mort Künstler, Nashville, Tennessee, 1995, pp. 68, 171, illustrated;
    South Carolina Secedes, December 20, 1860, commemorative postal cover, Postal Commemorative Society (PCS Stamps & Coins, a division of MBI, Inc.), 1990;
    Random House, Lee and His Generals, book cover, New York, 1995;
    The Civil War - The Art of Mort Künstler, collector cards, Comic Images, Inc. (Trading Cards), Saddle Brook, New Jersey, 1996, card 29.


    More information about MORT KÜNSTLER, also known as Künstler, Morton, Kunstler, Mort, Kunstler, Morton, Mort Künstler.

    Condition Report*: No apparent condition issues. No evidence of inpaint when examined under UV.
    Framed Dimensions 17 X 15.5 Inches
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