Leslie B. DeMille's "THE PEACEMAKERS” sculpture from his personal collection, 12" diameter and 1" inch thick Relief portraits of Reagan and Gorbachev displayed, “The World is Watching,” and
“The Summit . . . December 8, 1987” – on the front Depicted on the back - the SUMMIT HANDSHAKE and “Historic Treaty to Eliminate Nuclear Missiles," “Glastnost,” and “Openness” – on the outer edge Rotates atop a Russian limestone base shaped as a Pentagon
Included in the price is this large framed collection of the presentation to President Reagan in the Oval Office at the White House in 1988. These framed photos & letters, originally framed over twenty five years ago by “THE ARTIST”. ·Original signed letters ·Photos of actual presentation ·Photo of bronze and full description
"The Peacemakers" is now in the permanent collection of the Ronald Reagan Museum, California.
My youngest son, Mark DeMille, had an idea . . .
He commissioned me to create a sculpture of US President Reagan and USSR Gorbachev to commemorate the Moscow Summit. He envisioned the possibility of presenting it to President Reagan in the White House.