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Tim O’Brien (1964)

Posted by L. A. on December 5, 2013


The Cage - Freedom Never Really Comes

The Cage – Freedom Never Really Comes

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Gandhi

Organization Kid

Organization Kid

Creation

Creation

Dear America - WWII Girl

Dear America – WWII Girl

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Walt Whitman

Walt Whitman

Hurricane

Hurricane

The Mountaintop Theater

The Mountaintop Theater

Little Richard

Little Richard

Broken Britain

Broken Britain

David Ben Gurion

David Ben Gurion

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Creation Evolution

Creation Evolution

Young Lincoln

Young Lincoln

Aged John F. Kennedy

Aged John F. Kennedy

Ella Underground

Ella Underground

Lift-Off - When Will The Housing Market Take-Off Again

Lift-Off – When Will The Housing Market Take-Off Again

James Brown

James Brown

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The BP Oil Spill And The Aftermath

The BP Oil Spill And The Aftermath

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Steve Jobs

Mammoth In New York

Mammoth In New York

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Bill O'Reilly - Just A Regular Guy

Bill O’Reilly – Just A Regular Guy

The Priest

The Priest

Buster Keaton

Buster Keaton

The Vampire Economy

The Vampire Economy

Jahanara, Princess Of Princesses

Jahanara, Princess Of Princesses

George W. Bush - Lone Rider

George W. Bush – Lone Rider

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Kenneth Starr And Bill Clinton

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One Response to “Tim O’Brien (1964)”

  1. Bruce said

    There are some very interesting themes here. Like “Aged John F. Kennedy,” who would be 96 years old today if he had lived. It’s hard to imagine. It may be hard for some folks to let go of their image of the young president, frozen forever in time by his assassination. They may not want to picture JFK any other way and may resent the artist for having done so here. Well done in that regard, even so. Thought provoking.

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