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

Mort Künstler chats with George Orrison and Kaye Bayliss of Applegate Art in Winchester, VA. They had come to New York City for the opening of an exhibition in celebration of the publication of Künstler’s book, Images of the Civil War with text by James M. McPherson. The event took place at Hammer Galleries, on November 16, 1992, and also marked the 15th anniversary of Künstler’s first one-man show at the gallery.
Certainly it seems as if Mort Künstler was destined to be an artist. His surname means artist in German. His father, Tom, had two dreams for his son: that he would be an athlete and an artist. Both dreams were realized - Künstler was a star athlete throughout his schooling and today most of his paintings are sold before the paint is dry.
Lyn Dobrin Distinction Magazine