Greatest American Painters

Mort Kunstler (1931)

Posted by M.R.N. on July 4, 2009

The First Pledge Of AllegianceThe First Pledge Of Allegiance

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First View Of The LadyFirst View Of The Lady

Ellis Island - Main HallEllis Island – Main Hall

The Gettysburg AddressThe Gettysburg Address

Lewis And ClarkLewis And Clark

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Remember MeRemember Me

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4 Responses to “Mort Kunstler (1931)”

  1. Sarah Cotton said

    Your site is so wonderful! I’ve never seen most of them even after a few years of art history! I’m just curious about two things. First off: are these images public domain? And secondly, is there any way of obtaining a higher resolution image?

    • Suzay Lamb said

      Thanks, that’s kind of you. Generally copyrights prior to 1923 have expired, so the images enter the public domain. With regard to the living artists all paintings copyrights belong to them, obviously. Since the blog does not have unlimited space I have to reduce the resolution of the pictures.

      • Sarah Cotton said

        Thank you for answering! With regard to the images, that makes sense given the massive volume of images you have. Thanks again!

  2. Don Hyde said

    Colors seem somewhat garish……… Mort could draw though.

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