Limited edition Civil War lithograph by celebrated New York artist Mort Kunstler (1931). It is hand signed by the artist in the lower left and is hand numbered 81/2000 and titled Julia. It is produced in 1999, on 100 percent rag, neutral PH, heavy vellum custom made stock, using fade-resistant inks. It came from a Virginia estate. It measures 25 inches x 26 inches. It is professionally triple matted, in red, white and blue, and framed under glass. This piece was acquired from a Virginia estate and it comes with a COA.

  • This piece comes with a COA.
  • Dimensions:
  • 25 inches x 26 inches
  • Artist Name:
  • Mort Kunstler
  • Medium:
  • Lithograph
  • Notes:
  • About The Artist: Known for his Civil War genre paintings, Mort Kunstler studied art at Brooklyn College, U.C.L.A., and Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. He became a successful illustrator in New York and received assignments including numerous book and magazine publishers. Mr. Künstler's talent and training were nurtured from an early age.  After studying art at Brooklyn College, U.C.L.A. and Pratt Institute, he became an illustrator in New York where he received assignments from book and magazine publishers.  An important part of his training resulted from his affiliation with National Geographic Magazine.  It was through their assignments of historical subject matter that he learned the value of working with historians so that accuracy was firmly imbued into his concept. He was affiliated with the National Geographic Magazine, and through their assignments of historical subject matter, learned the value of accuracy by working with historians. He also did illustrations for The Saturday Evening Post, Newsweek, and Argosy. In the early 1970s, his work began attracting the attention of collectors. His first paintings were primarily Western subject matter, and from 1977 he has had nine one-man shows at the Hammer Gallery in New York City. In 1982, he had a commission from CBS to do a painting for the television miniseries "Blue and Gray," and this activity directed his attention to the Civil War. A painting, The High-Water Mark, was very correct in its details and was unveiled on July 2, 1988 at the Gettysburg National Military Park in celebration of the anniversary of the battle. He has also completed an official U.S. postal stamp commemorating the Buffalo Soldiers during the Civil War.
  • Condition:
  • Excellent

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