Robert F. Kennedy, TAKEN FROM US But Not Forgotten, Clyde Keller photo
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Robert F. Kennedy Art Poster
"Taken From Us But Not Forgotten"
From the Woodburn, Oregon Whistle Stop, Portrait No. 8
May 18, 1968
16x20 Inch Archival Giclee Art Print
Printed on heavyweight 270 gsm Satin paper
Signed, Titled and Dated on lower white border
Clear Sleeve Protected on Foam Core
Shipped Flat, Insured with Tracking
Here is a beautiful reminder of Robert Kennedy . This portrait dates from the US presidential campaign during the May Oregon Primary. The photograph was taken at one of his Whistle Stop Stump Speeches with a 300mm Nikkor telephoto, a personal... razor sharp favorite.
Please visit a wonderful site on FB entitled, Robert F.Kennedy- Taken From Us, But Never Forgotten created by Jordan Tekelve: http://www.facebook.com/clyde.keller1?ref=profile#!/group.php?gid=2207306288
Robert was a living embodiment of his slain brother. He represents the resurrection of the promise that he and his brother embodied while in the White House. That restoration, after Dallas, took many forms: Civil Rights at home, Human Rights abroad and the end of Apartheid for all people. His message and charisma and his policies were understood as ending all of the cruel and artificial divisions allowing him to bring a process of healing between people. Please enjoy... and by all means let us hear from you.
"Taken From Us But Not Forgotten" Poster Design Copyright © 2011 Clyde Keller, Original Stump Speech Portrait No. 8, © 1968 Clyde Keller
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