Heritage Signature American Art Auction, NYC

by Matthew Innis |

For most of the last century, illustration has lived an existence separate from that of fine art.  Considered by many to be a product of money rather than love, illustration has been viewed as a “lesser art,” and as such, it has, with bias, been excluded from learned books of art history (Thankfully, there exist…

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