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Flag Raising on Iwo Jima

38x8"
1 Pages
$100.00 $75.00
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$100.00 $75.00
38x8" 1 Pages
Created in honor of all those who served in WWII, this stunning 39" wide x 8" high print (41x10" including border) is suitable for framing and display in a place of honor. It is printed with archival inks that are fade-resistant, and will come with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.

The COA bears this text:

This sequence of the famed Iwo Jima flag raising was made on 16mm motion picture film by Marine cameraman Sgt. Bill Genaust on Mt. Suribachi, about noon on Feb. 23, 1945. The film, along with the still picture Joe Rosenthal, inspired a war-weary nation in the final days of World War II. Genaust's film was played repeatedly on TV and in movie theaters for years after the conclusion of the war. He never saw this film; he was killed in action nine days later. This sequence was created by artist Nick T. Spark, using scans from the sequence of 198, 16mm frames.

Previously featured in The New York Times store.

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