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The Paintings of Mort Kunstler

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With dramatic text and pictures, Gettysburg humanizes this crucial battle: the thoughts, emotions, and actions of the men who commanded, fought, and died there.
With dramatic text and pictures, Gettysburg humanizes this crucial battle: the thoughts, emotions, and actions of the men who commanded, fought, and died there. As Abraham Lincoln said four months after the battle, those who died at Gettysburg gave their last full measure of devotion that the nation might experience a new birth of freedom. This is the story of those brave men. Prepared as a companion to Ron Maxwell's epic film Gettysburg, this book combines the verbal skills of historian James M. McPherson with the artistic ability of Mort Kunstler to tell the memorable story of the three days of Gettysburg and its aftermath. Illustrated and indexed.
Contributor(s) Mort Künstler , James McPherson
About the Contributor(s) Mort Künstler
Mort Künstler has been enthralled with the Civil War since his first painting commemorating the battle of Gettysburg. He has had numerous one-man exhibitions at galleries such as Hammer Galleries in New York City, and he was the subject of a one-hour special on A&E Network's Time Machine. His previous books include Images of the Civil War, Gettysburg, Jackson and Lee, and The American Spirit.

James McPherson
James M. McPherson is the George Henry Davis 1886 Professor of American History at Princeton University, where he has been a member of the faculty since 1962. A native of North Dakota, he received his bachelor's degree from Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota, and doctorate from Johns Hopkins University. He has written seven books on the Civil War era, including Battle Cry of Freedom, for which he won the 1989 Pulitzer Prize in history. His most recent book is Images of the Civil War, a collaboration with painter Mort Künstler.
ISBN-10 1558536175
ISBN-13 9781558536173
Publish Date Jan 1, 1998
Weight (lbs) 2.8000
Height 11.11
Width 6.11
Length 128
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Price $24.95
Format Hardcover
Language English

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