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美国著名插画家Mort Kunstler(Mort Kunstler)1

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美国著名插画家Mort Kunstler(Mort Kunstler)1.

美国著名插画家Mort Kunstler(Mort Kunstler)1

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Moonlight and Magnolias, Arlington Plantation, Lake Providence, Louisiana, April 6, 1861



Magnolia Morning, Guests depart Arlington Plantation, Providence, La., the morning after the secession ball. April 7, 1861



Magnolia Morning, Guests depart Arlington Plantation, Providence, La., the morning after the secession ball. April 7, 1861



Blessing the Sword 1861



The Great Decision, Lee at Arlington House, April 19, 1861



Road to Glory - Gen. Stonewall Jackson leaves Virginia Military Institute with a Column of Cadets, April 21, 1861



Iron Horses, Men of Steel - Winchester, Virginia, June, 1861



Jackson Commandeers the Railroad, Martinsburg, Va, June 1861



White House Strategy - Generals Lee and Jackson meet with Pres. Jefferson Davis at the Confederate White House, July 13, 1862



Covered with Glory - Jackson at Piedmont Station, July 19, 1861



Victory Rode the Rails - Stonewall Jackson at Piedmont Station, July 20, 1861



There Stands Jackson Like a Stonewall,Manassas, July 21, 1861



Battle of Wilson's Creek, August 10, 1861



Heavy Traffic on the Valley Pike, Strasburg, VA, Summer 1861



Charleston - Autumn 1861. Guests Arrive at Mills House for a Reception as Gen. Lee Watches from the Balcony



The Sweetest Music Ever Heard - General Stonewall Jackson, November 4, 1861



Lion of the Valley, Jackson in Winchester, Va. November 6, 1861



Rush's Lancers - Camp Meigs, Philadelphia, November 1861



The Guns of Autumn, Lee in Charleston, December 15, 1861



Mrs. Jackson Comes to Winchester, "Stonewall" and Mary Anna at the Taylor Hotel, December 23, 1861



Until We Meet Again - Jackson's Headquarters Winchester, Virginia Winter 1862



Southern Stars, Kernstown, Virginia, Winter 1862



Shenandoah Strategy, Jackson at Glen Burnie, Winchester, VA, Winter 1862



The Winds Of Winter - Stonewall Jackson's Romney Campaign, January, 1862



After the Snow - Winchester, Va., Jan. 6, 1862



A Fleeting Moment - Stonewall and Mary Anna Jackson Winchester, Va., Feb. 1, 1862



Rebel Sons of Erin, Ft. Donelson Campaign, February 13, 1862



The Ghost Column - Col. Nathan Bedford Forrest, Fort Donelson, Tennessee, February 16, 1862



Order Out Of Chaos. Nathan Bedford Forrest, Nashville, Tenn., February 22, 1862



Confederate Winter - General Taylor at Chester's Gap, Virginia, March 1862



The Fight at Fallen Timbers-Col. N.B. Forrest and Capt. John Hunt Morgan Shiloh April 8, 1862



Duty, Honor and Tears - Captain Hugh Nelson bids farewell to his wife, Adelaide, at Long Branch Estate near Millwood, Va. May 1862



None To Caress - Jackson’s Valley Campaign, May 5, 1862



On to the Shenandoah! - Gen. Jackson at Front Royal, May 23, 1862



Race Down Chester Street - General Jackson at Front Royal, May 23, 1862



Stonewall Jackson and Staff



Especially For You - Winchester, Va., May 25, 1862



Gen. Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson (Jackson Enters Winchester) - Winchester, Virginia May 25, 1862



Gen. Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson (Jackson Enters Winchester) - Winchester, Virginia May 25, 1862



Lee Takes Command - Pres. Davis and Gen. Lee, May 31, 1862



Lee Takes Command - Pres. Davis and Gen. Lee, May 31, 1862



Jackson's "Foot Cavalry", Old Mill, Strasburg, Va., June 1, 1862



Battle of the Shenandoah, June 9, 1862



Stuart's Ride Around McClellan - June 13, 1862



The Strangest Race, JEB Stuart, White House, VA, June 29, 1862



President, This is Our Stonewall Jackson - Malvern Hill, July 2, 1862



The High Command - The Confederate White House July 13, 1862



Commanders of Manassas, The Generals Longstreet, Lee and Jackson, Aug. 29, 1862



I Will Be Moving Within the Hour - Second Manassas Campaign, August 1862



Gods and Generals, Antietam Campaign, Leesburg, Virginia September 5, 1862



Stonewall Jackson at Harpers Ferry - September 15, 1862



The Battle of Antietam Fanlisting - General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, September 17, 1862



Raise the Colors and Follow Me -The Battle of Antietam - September 17, 1862



Raise the Colors and Follow Me -The Battle of Antietam - September 17, 1862



Absolution Before Victory - Battle of Antietam, September 17, 1862



Hancock the Superb, Battle of Antietam, September 17, 1862



Sharpsburg War Council - September 17, 1862



Letter from Home



Night Crossing - Lee and Jackson Watch as their Soldiers Cross the Potomac River, Sept. 19, 1862



Night Crossing - Lee and Jackson Watch as their Soldiers Cross the Potomac River, Sept. 19, 1862



Cross Over the River - General Stonewall Jackson



The Palace Bar - Winchester, Virginia October 18, 1862



The National Game – The White House, November 1862



Stuart Visits Jackson, Gens. Stuart and Jackson, Millwood, Virginia, Nov. 4, 1862



Lee at Fredericksburg - November 20, 1862



Strategy in the Snow - Lee and Jackson plan a defensive strategy at Fredericksburg, Va., November 29, 1862



Strategy in the Snow - Lee and Jackson plan a defensive strategy at Fredericksburg, Va., November 29, 1862



Remember Me, Fredericksburg, Virginia November 30, 1862



The Fighting 69th, General Meagher and the Irish Brigade, Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 2, 1862



So Close to the Enemy, Fredericksburg, Va., December 12, 1862



Lee's Lieutenants - Fredericksburg, Virginia December 13, 1862



Courage in Blue - Chamberlain at Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862



War is So Terrible - Longstreet and Lee after the Battle of Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862



War is So Terrible - Longstreet and Lee after the Battle of Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862



Valor in Gray - Kershaw's Brigade at Fredericksburg December 13, 1862



Angel of Marye's Heights - Sgt. Richard Kirkland, CSA, comforts dying Union soldiers at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 14, 1862



The Angel of the Battlefield-Clara Barton tends to Union & Confederate soldiers at Chatham, Dec. 15, 1862



Changing of the Pickets, Fredericksburg, Va., December 1862



Confederate Christmas



How Real Soldiers Live, Jackson and Lee, Moss Neck, December 25, 1862



Merry Christmas, General Lee - Moss Neck, Fredericksburg, Va., December 25, 1862



Merry Christmas, General Lee - Moss Neck, Fredericksburg, Va., December 25, 1862



My Friend, the Enemy, Northern and Southern Soldiers Share a Peaceful Exchange at the Rappahannock River, Va., December 25, 1862



An Apple for Traveller, 1862



Sunrise Service-A Confederate Chaplain Leads a Service for Soldiers and their Families



美国著名插画家Mort Kunstler(Mort Kunstler)-出生于1931年。

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