Mort Künstler’s Civil War and Legends in Gray calendars have been discontinued by the publisher. Looking forward to be being back in 2025.

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History in Photos

On October 22, 1979, there was a preview of the Mort Künstler exhibit, “Epic Paintings of America.” It was Künstler’s second show at Hammer Galleries in New York City and the turnout was excellent. All the paintings were sold on opening night. Celebrating the evening are Richard Lynch, at that time manager and today, the President of the Gallery, Mort Künstler and the late Victor Hammer who ran the Gallery until his death in 1985.
On New York City’s West 57th Street, where serious art collectors come to invest serious money in original art, Mort Künstler’s work is majestically framed and hung in Hammer Galleries’ tastefully furnished salons. There, in the same rooms that routinely display original paintings by Monet, Renoir and Grandma Moses, collectors examine and admire Civil War scenes from Lookout Mountain, Gettysburg, First Manassas and other battles as depicted by Mort Künstler.
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