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History in Photos

1986
Former President Jimmy Carter holds up the Mort Künstler painting First View of the Lady with Archbishop Iakovas as Rosalyn Carter looks on. This was at a dinner in 1986 in New York City and was the year the reconditioned Statue of Liberty reopened.
Mort Künstler is second to none in his portrayal of battle, whether it is the carnage at Antietam’s bloody Lane or history’s first clash of ironclad warships. And he is unequaled in pictorial descriptions of the marching, the waiting, the maneuvering. Künstler is also unsurpassed in his portrayal of winter scenes, with the shimmering blue-white of snow at dusk casting a half light of eerie beauty.
Prof. James M. McPherson Author, Battle Cry of Freedom