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'Nymph with a Centaur', French School, Academic, Greek Mythological Grisaille
Located in Santa Cruz, CA
An exceptionally fine, brush and wash, mythological figural study showing a centaur interrupting the playing of his pan pipes to cast a speculative eye towards a dancing nymph. Datin...
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Early 1900s Academic Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Paper, Watercolor, Illustration Board

Canadian Contemporary Art by Christian Frederiksen - Green Lady
Located in Paris, IDF
Acrylic on illustration board Christian Frederiksen is a Georgian artist born in 1989 who lives and works in Calgary, Canada. He loves to experiment with new ways of creating imager...
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2010s Contemporary Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Acrylic, Illustration Board

Canadian Contemporary Art by Christian Frederiksen - Wintery Hare
Located in Paris, IDF
Chalk pastel on illustration board Christian Frederiksen is a Georgian artist born in 1989 who lives and works in Calgary, Canada. He loves to experiment with new ways of creating i...
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2010s Contemporary Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Pastel, Illustration Board, Chalk

Apocalypse, Catastrophic Destruction of the World, Surrealism - Life Magazine
Located in Miami, FL
Apocalypse in 1962? At the height of the Cold War, Life Magazine commissions an illustration that describes the world's end by means other than a nuclear war with Russia. Richard Erdoes brilliantly illustrates the work with his highly stylized painting technique. My favorite part of the work is on the left side showing a group of people packed together as they fall into oblivion. A clear reference would be Hieronymus Bosch's "The Last Judgment " Once Again the World Ends." Illustration published in Life Magazine, Feb. 9, 1962 Signed in lower right image. Unframed Richard Erdoes (Hungarian Erdős, German Erdös; July 7, 1912 – July 16, 2008) was an American artist, photographer, illustrator and author. Early life Erdoes was born in Frankfurt,[1] to Maria Josefa Schrom on July 7, 1912. His father, Richárd Erdős Sr., was a Jewish Hungarian opera singer who had died a few weeks earlier in Budapest on June 9, 1912.[2] After his birth, his mother lived with her sister, the Viennese actress Leopoldine ("Poldi") Sangora,[3] He described himself as "equal parts Austrian, Hungarian and German, as well as equal parts Catholic, Protestant and Jew..."[4] Career He was a student at the Berlin Academy of Art in 1933, when Adolf Hitler came to power. He was involved in a small underground paper where he published anti-Hitler political cartoons which attracted the attention of the Nazi regime. He fled Germany with a price on his head. Back in Vienna, he continued his training at the Kunstgewerbeschule, now the University of Applied Arts, Vienna.[5] He also wrote and illustrated children's books and worked as a caricaturist for Tag and Stunde, anti-Nazi newspapers. After the Anschluss of Austria in 1938 he fled again, first to Paris, where he studied at the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere, and then London, England before journeying to the United States. He married his first wife, fellow artist Elsie Schulhof (d. xxxx) in London, shortly before their arrival in New York City. In New York City, Erdoes enjoyed a long career as a commercial artist, and was known for his highly detailed, whimsical drawings. He created illustrations for such magazines as Stage, Fortune, Pageant, Gourmet, Harper's Bazaar, Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, Time, National Geographic and Life Magazine, where he met his second wife, Jean Sternbergh (d. 1995) who was an art director there. The couple married in 1951 and had three children.[6] Erdoes also illustrated many children's books. An assignment for Life in 1967 took Erdoes to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation for the first time, and marked the beginning of the work for which he would be best known. Erdoes was fascinated by Native American culture, outraged at the conditions on the reservation and deeply moved by the Civil Rights Movement that was raging at the time. He wrote histories, collections of Native American stories...
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1960s Surrealist Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Mixed Media, Illustration Board, Board, Gouache

'Cafe', Woman Artist, École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Berkeley
Located in Santa Cruz, CA
Signed lower right, 'Marie Pascal' (French-American, 20th century) and painted circa 1990. Exhibited: Gallery Concord, December 1991. Marie Pascal studied at the École Nationale Sup...
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1990s Realist Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Watercolor, Gouache, Illustration Board

Environmental Prognostication Coil Narrative "Homo Sapiens R.I.P."
Located in Miami, FL
"They paved paradise and put up a parking lot," Joni Mitchell said. - - Created in 1969, at the dawn of the American environmental movement, artist Richard Erdoes draws a sequential narrative in the form of a coil. From inception to destruction, it illustrates a list of things that humans are doing to destroy the world we live in. The work was commissioned for school-age humans and executed in a whimsically comic way. Yet the underlying narrative is sophisticated and foreshadows a world that could be on the brink of ecological disaster. Graphically and conceptually, this work exhibits an endless amount of creativity and Erdoes cartoony style is one to fall in love with. Signed lower right. Unframed 12.4 inches Width: 12.85 inches Height is the live area. Board is 16x22 inches. Richard Erdoes (Hungarian Erdős, German Erdös; July 7, 1912 – July 16, 2008) was an American artist, photographer, illustrator and author. Early life Erdoes was born in Frankfurt,to Maria Josefa Schrom on July 7, 1912. His father, Richárd Erdős Sr., was a Jewish Hungarian opera singer who had died a few weeks earlier in Budapest on June 9, 1912.After his birth, his mother lived with her sister, the Viennese actress Leopoldine ("Poldi") Sangora,He described himself as "equal parts Austrian, Hungarian and German, as well as equal parts Catholic, Protestant and Jew..."[4] Career He was a student at the Berlin Academy of Art in 1933, when Adolf Hitler came to power. He was involved in a small underground paper where he published anti-Hitler political cartoons which attracted the attention of the Nazi regime. He fled Germany with a price on his head. Back in Vienna, he continued his training at the Kunstgewerbeschule, now the University of Applied Arts, Vienna.[5] He also wrote and illustrated children's books and worked as a caricaturist for Tag and Stunde, anti-Nazi newspapers. After the Anschluss of Austria in 1938 he fled again, first to Paris, where he studied at the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere, and then London, England before journeying to the United States. He married his first wife, fellow artist Elsie Schulhof (d. xxxx) in London, shortly before their arrival in New York City. In New York City, Erdoes enjoyed a long career as a commercial artist, and was known for his highly detailed, whimsical drawings. He created illustrations for such magazines as Stage, Fortune, Pageant, Gourmet, Harper's Bazaar, Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, Time, National Geographic and Life Magazine, where he met his second wife, Jean Sternbergh (d. 1995) who was an art director there. The couple married in 1951 and had three children.[6] Erdoes also illustrated many children's books. An assignment for Life in 1967 took Erdoes to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation for the first time, and marked the beginning of the work for which he would be best known. Erdoes was fascinated by Native American culture, outraged at the conditions on the reservation and deeply moved by the Civil Rights Movement that was raging at the time. He wrote histories, collections of Native American stories...
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1960s American Realist Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Ink, Gouache, Illustration Board

Canadian Contemporary Art by Christian Frederiksen - Sun-Scorched Seaweed
Located in Paris, IDF
Oil and Acrylic on illustration board Christian Frederiksen is a Georgian artist born in 1989 who lives and works in Calgary, Canada. He loves to experiment with new ways of creatin...
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2010s Contemporary Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Illustration Board, Acrylic, Oil

Canadian Contemporary Art by Christian Frederiksen - The Fire Tree
Located in Paris, IDF
Chalk pastel and acrylic on illustration board Christian Frederiksen is a Georgian artist born in 1989 who lives and works in Calgary, Canada. He loves to experiment with new ways o...
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2010s Contemporary Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Acrylic, Illustration Board, Chalk

Abstract Silhouette Hat Portraits - Female Illustrator of Golden Age
Located in Miami, FL
115 years after they were created, one can view these silhouettes differently than the artist’s intent. After all, the genesis of this work was an editorial illustration for Life Magazine to showcase elaborate women’s hats. They were done for a commercial assignment with a deadline, and picky editors were overseeing the final work. Today, they have a dual meaning. These charming silhouettes are abstractions as much as they are representations. Moreover, each one is a compact little gem stuffed with observational detail. Golden Age female illustrator Jesse Gillespie's mastery of technical skill, is apparent in minute details and composition. Young women, old women, pendants, necklaces, feathers, and laced vails all contribute to the works understated complexity. The identity of the subjects are revealed by small areas of exposed neck and chin. As the viewers eyes goes from left to right - all six silhouettes read as fashion hieroglyphs in a sentence with a visual rhythm and cadence. . Initialed JG lower right., Matted but not framed. Published: Life Magazine, March 17th, 1910. Provenance: Honey and Wax Bookstore ________________________________ From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jessie Gillespie Willing (March 28, 1888 – August 1, 1972) was an American illustrator during the Golden Age of illustration. She was considered the foremost silhouette illustrator of her time, although she did traditional illustration as well. Willing illustrated for books and magazines including Life, The Ladies' Home Journal, Woman's Home Companion, Mother and Child, McClure's Magazine, Childhood Education, the Sunday Magazine, Association Men (the magazine of the YMCA), Farm and Fireside, Every Week, Children: The Magazine for Parents (which became Parents Magazine), and the American Magazine. She is perhaps most well known for her work for the Girl Scouts. Early life Willing was born in Brooklyn on March 28, 1888 to John Thomson Willing (August 4, 1860 – July 8, 1947)[1][2] and Charlotte Elizabeth Van Der Veer Willing (December 1, 1859 – March 4, 1930).[3] Thomson Willing was a noted illustrator and art editor. He was also well known for finding new artistic talent. Jessie Willing was the eldest of three children. Her brother Van Der Veer (November 30, 1889 – January 14, 1919), who died of pneumonia at the age of 29, was an advertising agent.[4] Her sister Elizabeth Hunnewell Willing (July 26, 1908 – August 15, 1991) was one of the first women to graduate from the Philadelphia Divinity School.[5][6] Elizabeth married the Rev. Orrin Judd, rector of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, on September 22, 1931, and was active in church work.[citation needed] The Willing family moved to the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia in 1901 or 1902. Jessie Willing attended the Stevens School, from which she graduated in 1905. She then went on to attend the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts from 1906 to 1907.[7][8] Career Willing used her middle name Gillespie as her professional surname. She also often signed her illustrations J.G.[9] The story goes that the art editor of Life magazine was in Thomson Willing's office when he was the art editor of the Associated Sunday Magazine syndicate. Thomson Willing had some of Jessie's artwork on his desk, which the Life editor saw and admired. He asked for the artist's information so that he could give her freelance work. Thomson Willing did not want to be accused of nepotism so he persuaded Jessie to use Jessie Gillespie as her professional name, which she did.[10][11] In addition to her extensive illustration work, Willing was also the editor of Heirlooms and Masterpieces from 1922 to 1931 and the art editor of Jewelers' Circular-Keystone from 1933 to 1939.[12] She specialized in jewelry publicity and advertising. In 1966 she won the Gold medal of the Printing Week Graphic Arts Exhibit in Philadelphia for her Christmas catalog for J.E. Caldwell Co., Philadelphia. Willing was a member of the Plastic Club of Philadelphia,[13] the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) and the National Arts Club of New York.[14] She was an honorary life member of the National Arts Club[15] and served on its Board of Governors from 1941-1970. In 1963, she received the Gold Medal of the National Arts Club in recognition of 32 years of selfless devotion.[15] Additionally, she was the national director of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) from 1943 to 1946.[15] Previous to this she served as the Program Chairman of the AIGA and in that position she put together a travelling exhibit on the "history of narrative art from the first recorded picture story to the comic book of the twentieth century."[16][17] Illustrations in books With Tongue and Pen--Frederick Bair, et al. (MacMillan, 1940) Masoud the Bedouin--Alfred Post Carhart (Missionary Education Movement, 1915) The Path of the Gopatis--Zilpha Carruthers (National Dairy Council, 1926) The Schoolmaster and His Son: A Narrative of the Thirty Years War--Karl Heinrich Caspari (Lutheran Publication Society, 1917) On a Rainy Day--Dorothy Canfield Fisher and Sarah Scott Fisher (A.S. Barnes and Co., 1938) Book of Games for Home, School and Playground--William B. Forbush and Harry R Allen...
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1910s Victorian Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Ink, Illustration Board, Pen

Whimsical Fishing Illustration Cartoon 1938 Mt Tremblant Ski Lodge William Steig
Located in Surfside, FL
Lighthearted Illustration of Outdoor Pursuits This one of a fisherman signed "W. Steig" Provenance: from Mrs. Joseph B. Ryan, Commissioned by Joe Ryan for the bar at his ski resort, Mount Tremblant Lodge, in 1938. Mont Tremblant, P.Q., Canada Watercolor and ink on illustration board, sights sizes 8 1/2 x 16 1/2 in., framed. In 1938 Joe Ryan, described as a millionaire from Philadelphia, bushwhacked his way to the summit of Mont Tremblant and was inspired to create a world class ski resort at the site. In 1939 he opened the Mont Tremblant Lodge, which remains part of the Pedestrian Village today. This original illustration is on Whatman Illustration board. the board measures 14 X 22 inches. label from McClees Galleries, Philadelphia, on the frame backing paper. William Steig, 1907 – 2003 was an American cartoonist, sculptor, and, in his later life, an illustrator and writer of children's books. Best known for the picture books Sylvester and the Magic Pebble, Abel's Island, and Doctor De Soto, he was also the creator of Shrek!, which inspired the film series of the same name. He was the U.S. nominee for both of the biennial, international Hans Christian Andersen Awards, as a children's book illustrator in 1982 and a writer in 1988. Steig was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1907, and grew up in the Bronx. His parents were Polish-Jewish immigrants from Austria, both socialists. His father, Joseph Steig, was a house painter, and his mother, Laura Ebel Steig, was a seamstress who encouraged his artistic leanings. As a child, he dabbled in painting and was an avid reader of literature. Among other works, he was said to have been especially fascinated by Pinocchio.He graduated from Townsend Harris High School at 15 but never completed college, though he attended three, spending two years at City College of New York, three years at the National Academy of Design and a mere five days at the Yale School of Fine Arts before dropping out of each. Hailed as the "King of Cartoons" Steig began drawing illustrations and cartoons for The New Yorker in 1930, producing more than 2,600 drawings and 117 covers for the magazine. Steig, later, when he was 61, began writing children's books. In 1968, he wrote his first children's book. He excelled here as well, and his third book, Sylvester and the Magic Pebble (1969), won the Caldecott Medal. He went on to write more than 30 children's books, including the Doctor DeSoto series, and he continued to write into his nineties. Among his other well-known works, the picture book Shrek! (1990) formed the basis for the DreamWorks Animation film Shrek (2001). After the release of Shrek 2 in 2004, Steig became the first sole-creator of an animated movie franchise that went on to generate over $1 billion from theatrical and ancillary markets after only one sequel. Along with Maurice Sendak, Saul Steinberg, Ludwig Bemelmans and Laurent de Brunhofff his is one of those rare cartoonist whose works form part of our collective cultural heritage. In 1984, Steig's film adaptation of Doctor DeSoto directed by Michael Sporn was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. As one of the most admired cartoonists of all time, Steig spent seven decades drawing for the New Yorker magazine. He touched generations of readers with his tongue–in–cheek pen–and–ink drawings, which often expressed states of mind like shame, embarrassment or anger. Later in life, Steig turned to children's books, working as both a writer and illustrator. Steig's children's books were also wildly popular because of the crazy, complicated language he used—words like lunatic, palsied, sequestration, and cleave. Kids love the sound of those words even if they do not quite understand the meaning. Steig's descriptions were also clever. He once described a beached whale as "breaded with sand." Throughout the course of his career, Steig compiled his cartoons and drawings into books. Some of them were published first in the New Yorker. Others were deemed too dark to be printed there. Most of these collections centered on the cold, dark psychoanalytical truth about relationships. They featured husbands and wives fighting and parents snapping at their kids. His first adult book, Man About Town, was published in 1932, followed by About People, published in 1939, which focused on social outsiders. Sick of Each Other, published in 2000, included a drawing depicting a wife holding her husband at gunpoint, saying, "Say you adore me." According to the Los Angeles Times, fellow New Yorker artist...
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1930s American Modern Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

India Ink, Watercolor, Illustration Board

Rowing Sculling Team Regatta, Life Magazine - African American Illustrator
Located in Miami, FL
E. Simms Campbell was the first African-American illustrator/ cartoonist published in nationally distributed, slick magazines, he created Esky, the familiar pop-eyed mascot of Esquire. This early work of 1930 was done on assignment for an interior page of Life Magazine. It features two Rowing teams engaged in spirited competition with cheering onlookers. This is a highly stylized black-and-white illustration and is masterfully executed. The work is composed of two illustrations, 6 x 9 inches and 2-3/4 x 2 inches respectively. It is initialed center bottow ESC. unframed Campbell left the University of Chicago and transferred to and received his degree from the Chicago Art Institute.[3] Professional career During a job as a railroad dining-car waiter, Campbell sometimes drew caricatures of the train passengers, and one of those, impressed by Campbell's talent, gave him a job in a St. Louis art studio, Triad Studios. He spent two years at Triad Studios before moving to New York City in 1929. A month afterward, he found work with the small advertising firm, Munig Studios, and began taking classes at the National Academy of Design.During this time, he contributed to various magazines, notably Life, & Judge Following the suggestion of cartoonist Russell Patterson to focus on good girl art, Campbell created his "Harem Girls", a series of watercolor cartoons that attracted attention in the first issue of Esquire, debuting in 1933. Campbell's artwork was in almost every issue of Esquire from 1933 to 1958 and he was the creator of its continuing mascot, the cartoon character in a silk top hat. He also contributed to The Chicagoan, Cosmopolitan, Ebony, The New Yorker, Playboy, Opportunity: A Journal of Negro Life, Pictorial Review, and Redbook. His commercial artwork for advertising included illustrations for Barbasol, Springmaid, and Hart Schaffner...
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1930s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Gouache, Pencil, Ink, Illustration Board

Nightie Night - 5"x9", Small Framed Artwork, White, Beige, Feminine
Located in Mississauga, Ontario
A soft neutral palette used in this artwork adds to the graceful, feminine quality of the subject matter. Focus is placed on the blending of delicate detail and expressive brush wor...
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2010s Contemporary Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Acrylic, Pencil, Illustration Board

"My Favorite Martian, " CBS-TV Sitcom, 1963
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Right This piece is on 22.00" x 14.00" illustration board, with a 12.75" x 10.00" image. Caricature by George Wach...
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1960s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

Vintage Bi-Plane Watercolor
Located in San Francisco, CA
Vintage bi-plane
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Watercolor, Illustration Board

Whimsical Illustration Skiing Cartoon, 1938 Mt Tremblant Ski Lodge William Steig
Located in Surfside, FL
Lighthearted Illustration of Outdoor Pursuits This one being a Skiing scene, a boy and a girl on skis. signed W. Steig Provenance: from Mrs. Joseph B. Ryan, Commissioned by Joe Ryan for the bar at his ski resort, Mount Tremblant Lodge, in 1938. Mont Tremblant, P.Q., Canada Watercolor and ink on illustration board, sights sizes 8 1/2 x 16 1/2 in., framed. In 1938 Joe Ryan, described as a millionaire from Philadelphia, bushwhacked his way to the summit of Mont Tremblant and was inspired to create a world class ski resort at the site. In 1939 he opened the Mont Tremblant Lodge, which remains part of the Pedestrian Village today. This original illustration is on Whatman Illustration board. the board measures 14 X 22 inches. label from McClees Galleries, Philadelphia, on the frame backing paper. William Steig, 1907 – 2003 was an American cartoonist, sculptor, and, in his later life, an illustrator and writer of children's books. Best known for the picture books Sylvester and the Magic Pebble, Abel's Island, and Doctor De Soto, he was also the creator of Shrek!, which inspired the film series of the same name. He was the U.S. nominee for both of the biennial, international Hans Christian Andersen Awards, as a children's book illustrator in 1982 and a writer in 1988. Steig was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1907, and grew up in the Bronx. His parents were Polish-Jewish immigrants from Austria, both socialists. His father, Joseph Steig, was a house painter, and his mother, Laura Ebel Steig, was a seamstress who encouraged his artistic leanings. As a child, he dabbled in painting and was an avid reader of literature. Among other works, he was said to have been especially fascinated by Pinocchio.He graduated from Townsend Harris High School at 15 but never completed college, though he attended three, spending two years at City College of New York, three years at the National Academy of Design and a mere five days at the Yale School of Fine Arts before dropping out of each. Hailed as the "King of Cartoons" Steig began drawing illustrations and cartoons for The New Yorker in 1930, producing more than 2,600 drawings and 117 covers for the magazine. Steig, later, when he was 61, began writing children's books. In 1968, he wrote his first children's book. He excelled here as well, and his third book, Sylvester and the Magic Pebble (1969), won the Caldecott Medal. He went on to write more than 30 children's books, including the Doctor DeSoto series, and he continued to write into his nineties. Among his other well-known works, the picture book Shrek! (1990) formed the basis for the DreamWorks Animation film Shrek (2001). After the release of Shrek 2 in 2004, Steig became the first sole-creator of an animated movie franchise that went on to generate over $1 billion from theatrical and ancillary markets after only one sequel. Along with Maurice Sendak, Saul Steinberg, Ludwig Bemelmans and Laurent de Brunhofff his is one of those rare cartoonist whose works form part of our collective cultural heritage. In 1984, Steig's film adaptation of Doctor DeSoto directed by Michael Sporn was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. As one of the most admired cartoonists of all time, Steig spent seven decades drawing for the New Yorker magazine. He touched generations of readers with his tongue–in–cheek pen–and–ink drawings, which often expressed states of mind like shame, embarrassment or anger. Later in life, Steig turned to children's books, working as both a writer and illustrator. Steig's children's books were also wildly popular because of the crazy, complicated language he used—words like lunatic, palsied, sequestration, and cleave. Kids love the sound of those words even if they do not quite understand the meaning. Steig's descriptions were also clever. He once described a beached whale as "breaded with sand." Throughout the course of his career, Steig compiled his cartoons and drawings into books. Some of them were published first in the New Yorker. Others were deemed too dark to be printed there. Most of these collections centered on the cold, dark psychoanalytical truth about relationships. They featured husbands and wives fighting and parents snapping at their kids. His first adult book, Man About Town, was published in 1932, followed by About People, published in 1939, which focused on social outsiders. Sick of Each Other, published in 2000, included a drawing depicting a wife holding her husband at gunpoint, saying, "Say you adore me." According to the Los Angeles Times, fellow New Yorker artist Edward Sorel...
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1930s Naturalistic Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Archival Ink, Watercolor, Illustration Board

Mother and Child, Golden Age of Illustration
Located in Miami, FL
America's greatest female illustrator draws a heartwarming picture of a mother putting to bed her child. Motherly love towards their children is the artist's most iconic theme. This ...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Ink, Illustration Board, Pen

"Greco Roman Nuko Lok - The Forefront, " Oil Pastel signed by Reginald K. Gee
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Greco Roman Nuko Lok - The Forefront" is an original oil pastel on illustration board by Reginald K. Gee. The artist signed the piece in the upper left. This piece depicts multiple ...
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1980s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Oil Pastel, Illustration Board

Whimsical Illustration "Snow" Cartoon, 1938 Mt Tremblant Ski Lodge William Steig
Located in Surfside, FL
Lighthearted Illustration of Outdoor Pursuits This one being cross country Snow Shoes signed "W. Steig" Provenance: from Mrs. Joseph B. Ryan, Commissioned by ...
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1930s American Modern Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

India Ink, Watercolor, Illustration Board

"Techniques of Meditation, " Oil Pastel Landscape signed by Reginald K. Gee
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Techniques of Meditation" is an original oil pastel drawing on illustration board by Reginald K. Gee. It depicts a variety of abstracted figures in brightly-colored landscapes. The ...
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1980s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Oil Pastel, Illustration Board

"Upside Down Couple Strolling To Lunch, " Oil Pastel signed by Reginald K. Gee
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Upside Down Couple Strolling to Lunch" is an original oil pastel drawing on illustration board by Reginald K. Gee. The artist signed the piece lower right and upper left. This piece...
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1990s Contemporary Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

Materials

Oil, Illustration Board

Whimsical Illustration Hiking Cartoon, 1938 Mt Tremblant Ski Lodge William Steig
Located in Surfside, FL
Lighthearted Illustration of Outdoor Pursuits This one being cross country hiking signed "W. Steig" Provenance: from Mrs. Joseph B. Ryan, Commissioned by Joe Ryan for the bar at his ski resort, Mount Tremblant Lodge, in 1938. Mont Tremblant, P.Q., Canada Watercolor and ink on illustration board, sights sizes 8 1/2 x 16 1/2 in., framed. In 1938 Joe Ryan, described as a millionaire from Philadelphia, bushwhacked his way to the summit of Mont Tremblant and was inspired to create a world class ski resort at the site. In 1939 he opened the Mont Tremblant Lodge, which remains part of the Pedestrian Village today. This original illustration is on Whatman Illustration board. the board measures 14 X 22 inches. label from McClees Galleries, Philadelphia, on the frame backing paper. William Steig, 1907 – 2003 was an American cartoonist, sculptor, and, in his later life, an illustrator and writer of children's books. Best known for the picture books Sylvester and the Magic Pebble, Abel's Island, and Doctor De Soto, he was also the creator of Shrek!, which inspired the film series of the same name. He was the U.S. nominee for both of the biennial, international Hans Christian Andersen Awards, as a children's book illustrator in 1982 and a writer in 1988. Steig was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1907, and grew up in the Bronx. His parents were Polish-Jewish immigrants from Austria, both socialists. His father, Joseph Steig, was a house painter, and his mother, Laura Ebel Steig, was a seamstress who encouraged his artistic leanings. As a child, he dabbled in painting and was an avid reader of literature. Among other works, he was said to have been especially fascinated by Pinocchio.He graduated from Townsend Harris High School at 15 but never completed college, though he attended three, spending two years at City College of New York, three years at the National Academy of Design and a mere five days at the Yale School of Fine Arts before dropping out of each. Hailed as the "King of Cartoons" Steig began drawing illustrations and cartoons for The New Yorker in 1930, producing more than 2,600 drawings and 117 covers for the magazine. Steig, later, when he was 61, began writing children's books. In 1968, he wrote his first children's book. He excelled here as well, and his third book, Sylvester and the Magic Pebble (1969), won the Caldecott Medal. He went on to write more than 30 children's books, including the Doctor DeSoto series, and he continued to write into his nineties. Among his other well-known works, the picture book Shrek! (1990) formed the basis for the DreamWorks Animation film Shrek (2001). After the release of Shrek 2 in 2004, Steig became the first sole-creator of an animated movie franchise that went on to generate over $1 billion from theatrical and ancillary markets after only one sequel. Along with Maurice Sendak, Saul Steinberg, Ludwig Bemelmans and Laurent de Brunhofff his is one of those rare cartoonist whose works form part of our collective cultural heritage. In 1984, Steig's film adaptation of Doctor DeSoto directed by Michael Sporn was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. As one of the most admired cartoonists of all time, Steig spent seven decades drawing for the New Yorker magazine. He touched generations of readers with his tongue–in–cheek pen–and–ink drawings, which often expressed states of mind like shame, embarrassment or anger. Later in life, Steig turned to children's books, working as both a writer and illustrator. Steig's children's books were also wildly popular because of the crazy, complicated language he used—words like lunatic, palsied, sequestration, and cleave. Kids love the sound of those words even if they do not quite understand the meaning. Steig's descriptions were also clever. He once described a beached whale as "breaded with sand." Throughout the course of his career, Steig compiled his cartoons and drawings into books. Some of them were published first in the New Yorker. Others were deemed too dark to be printed there. Most of these collections centered on the cold, dark psychoanalytical truth about relationships. They featured husbands and wives fighting and parents snapping at their kids. His first adult book, Man About Town, was published in 1932, followed by About People, published in 1939, which focused on social outsiders. Sick of Each Other, published in 2000, included a drawing depicting a wife holding her husband at gunpoint, saying, "Say you adore me." According to the Los Angeles Times, fellow New Yorker artist Edward Sorel...
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1930s Naturalistic Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Archival Ink, Watercolor, Illustration Board

"The Sound of Color, " Oil Pastel on Illustration Board by Reginald K. Gee
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"The Sound of Color" is an original oil pastel drawing on illustration board by Reginald K. Gee. The artist initialed the piece lower right. This piece features an abstract figure in...
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1980s Contemporary Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Oil Pastel, Illustration Board

Wheat Field Harvest, Early 20th Century Figurative Landscape
Located in Soquel, CA
Early 20th century Italian figurative landscape of a traditional wheat field harvest scene, by S. Frosini (Italian, 20th Century). This figurative landscape in gouache depicts in gre...
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Early 20th Century Impressionist Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Gouache

'Harvest Time', Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, London Royal Academy
Located in Santa Cruz, CA
Signed lower right, 'H. Hammond' for Horace Murray Hammond (British, circa 1879-1966) and dated 1921. A luminously painted, bucolic view of harvest time in England with the lilac of the evening casting a soft light over the contented horses and loaded hay-cart, as the harvesters come to the end of their day's labors. Son of the noted landscape painter, Robert John Hammond, Horace Hammond was born and raised in Warwickshire. In 1927, he moved, first to Worcestershire and then to London. Over the course of a long and successful career, Hammond exhibited widely, including at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool and at London's Royal Academy, among numerous other locations. A well-listed painter...
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1930s Academic Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Watercolor, Gouache, Illustration Board

Harvest Time The Hills of Mt Tamalpais near Lake Bon Tempe 1890s
Located in Soquel, CA
Harvest Time The Hills of Mt Tamalpais near Lake Bon Tempe 1890s The Hills around San Rafael in the 19th century were a time of work and play as seen in this watercolor near Lake Bon...
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Late 19th Century American Impressionist Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Watercolor, Laid Paper

Portrait of George Arliss in Conte Crayon on Cardstock 1934
Located in Soquel, CA
Stately portrait of George Arliss by Ivan Opffer (Danish, 1897-1980). Mr. Arliss is depicted wearing his signature monocle, looking directly at the viewer. Although this piece appears to be done rapidly, there is a clear confidence in Opffer's work - he was an accomplished portrait artist - and the resemblance to the subject is unmistakable. George Arliss (born Augustus George Andrews; 10 April 1868 – 5 February 1946) was an English actor, author, playwright, and filmmaker who found success in the United States. He was the first British actor to win an Academy Award – which he won for his performance as Victorian-era British prime minister Benjamin Disraeli in Disraeli (1929) – as well as the earliest-born actor to win the honour. He specialized in successful biopics, such as Disraeli, Voltaire (1933), and Cardinal Richelieu (1935), as well as light comedies, which included The Millionaire (1931) and A Successful Calamity (1932). Signed and dated "Ivan Opffer 1934" in the lower right. Titled "Mr. Arliss" in the lower left. Presented in a new off-white mat with foamcore backing. Mat size: 22"H x 16"W Art size: 17.5"H x 12"W Ivan Opffer (Danish, 1897-1980) was born in Nyborg, Denmark, on June 4, 1897, to a family of Danish scholars and journalists. His brother was Emil Opffer, a Danish merchant seaman and journalist who was known for his relationship with American writer Hart Crane. Ivan was raised in Mexico City and New York, where his anarchist father was the editor of a radical Danish-language newspaper. His involvement in painting and drawing began at an early age. At a summer workshop, he met and studied drawing with Winslow Homer, then went on to study at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League of New York. When the US entered World War I, Opffer was one of the members of the American Army Camouflage Corps, headed by Homer Saint-Gaudens (whose mother was a relative of Winslow Homer), the son of Augustus Saint-Gaudens. As a camoufleur, Opffer served with other artists and architects, some of whom became well-known, including Barry Faulkner, Sherry Edmundson Fry, Kimon Nicolaides, Robert Lawson, Abraham Rattner, Kerr Eby, and others. It was this same unit, while still in training in at Camp American University in Washington DC, that launched a camp newspaper called The Camoufleur. Only three issues were published before the unit’s deployment to France in late 1917. In the October 31 issue, a satirical portrait by Opffer of Homer Saint-Gaudens (titled “Our Boss”) was published on page 5. After the war, Opffer returned to New York, where he became known for his caricatures of leading Modern writers, among them James Joyce, Edgar Lee Masters, Siegfried Sassoon, George Bernard Shaw, Carl Sandburg, G.K. Chesterton, and Thomas Mann. In the years between the wars, Opffer married Betty à Beckett Chomley, and settled in Paris, where he was a student at the Academie Julliard. He also lived in London and Copenhagen, where his drawings were frequently published in newspapers and magazines. With the outbreak of World War II, he and his family returned to New York and lived in Greenwich Village. Among his friends in that era were William Butler Yeats, F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald...
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1930s American Impressionist Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Conté, Postcard, Illustration Board

Loading the Cargo Ship - Brittany France - Watercolor 19th Century
Located in Soquel, CA
French Coastal Scene in Brittany with a merchant ship onloading fish and people by an unknown artist. A sailing vessel is anchored at a beach. A ramp extends from the ship yo to the ...
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Late 19th Century Impressionist Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Postcard, Illustration Board, Watercolor

19th C. Newspaper Illustration of Hiram H. Hobbs, Foreman of the Grand Jury 1898
Located in Soquel, CA
Historical late 19th century portrait of Hiram H. Hobbs, Foreman of the Grand Jury of San Francisco y Richard Langtry Partington (American, ...
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1890s American Impressionist Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, India Ink

“Winter Evening”
Located in Southampton, NY
Original watercolor and gouache on archival Molvin arches paper by the well known American illustrator Fred Sweney. The scene depicts Central Park in New York City in a winter landscape with figures in conversation under an illuminated lamp post. Signed lower right. Titled verso in pencil with American Scene magazine #32 and page 30...
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1960s American Realist Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Watercolor, Gouache, Illustration Board

'The Thief from François Villon's Christmas', San Francisco Bay Area Illustrator
Located in Santa Cruz, CA
Signed lower right, 'James March Phillips' (American, 1913-1981) and painted circa 1965. Displayed in an original card mat decorated by the artist. Signed lower right, in pencil, 'J. M. Phillips' and titled, lower left, ''The Thief' - from Francois Villon's Christmas'. Mat dimensions: 16 x 13 inches. Born in California, James March Phillips first studied in San Francisco at the Jean Turner Art Academy and, later, under Alfred Owles...
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1960s Realist Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Gouache, Illustration Board

"San Anton Palace Malta" Early 20th Cent. Garden and Fountain Watercolor Russian
Located in Soquel, CA
A significant early 20th century landscape watercolor of the paradisical gardens at San Anton Palace in Attard, Malta by Nicholas Krasnoff, 1920 (Russian, 1864-1939). This beautiful piece is a wonderful example of the renowned Russian architect's prized watercolors, created while he was exiled to Malta in the early 1920's. Depicting a lush garden full of blooming, colorful flowers and a stately fountain at the San Anton Palace in Malta, one can see the deft hand and attention to detail rendered by the proficient artist and architect's hand. Signed "N. Krasnoff" lower right. Titled and dated "Malta, St. Antonio 1920". Unframed. Measures 10.25"H x 14.25"W. Right corner has a crease from being bent. Nikolay Petrovich Krasnov, also known as Nicholas Krasnoff or Peter Nicholas Krasnoff, was a Russian Serbian architect and painter. He served as Chief Architect of Yalta, Crimea (1887-1899). From 1922 he lived and worked in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, and was a key figure in the architectural development of Belgrade. Attending the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in 1876, aged 12. As a young artist he received patronage from Sergey Tretyakov, brother of the founder of Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery, and entrepreneur Petar Gubonyin. In 1887 Krasnov became Chief Architect in Yalta. At the age of 23, Krasnov had large responsibility for the rapid growth of the city. He expanded the promenade, which by 1913 became the city's main street, before creating a new city plan in 1889 (including a new sewer system, planning regulations, new streets, prevention of unregulated construction, a school and children's hospital, and the construction of the Pushkin Boulevard). Two concrete bridges were built over the river, and the embankment strengthened. Krasnov also ran a private practice in Yalta until 1911. Among his most famous work is the Livadia Palace, later the location of the 1945 Yalta Conference. Designed over 60 buildings in Crimea, blending a modernist style with local traditions. Also of note: Dulber Palace, Koreiz (1895-97), Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Yalta (1902), Yusupov Palace, Koreiz (1909), Kokkoz Jami Mosque, Sokolyne (1910). In 1913, he presented a collection of illustrations he had produced of his works to the Saint Petersburg Academy of Arts, where he held the title of academician. An opponent of the Russian Revolution, he left Yalta with his family in 1919 for Malta, alongside the Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna, sister of Queen Alexandra, and over 600 members of the Russian aristocracy. Nikolay was in a group housed in the empty Villa St Ignatius, which had been a Jesuit college and then a hospital during World War I. To earn money, Nikolay painted many scenes of Malta, signing his paintings as N. Krasnoff. He is known as Nicholas Krasnoff in Malta. In May 2016 MaltaPost issued a commemorative set of stamps in his honor. In 1922 Krasnov moved to Belgrade, then part of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, where he became head of the Department of Monumental Architectural Developments and Monuments. His building designs in Serbia number around 60, and were created under the name Nikola Krasnov, as a mark of respect to his adopted homeland. His key works in Belgrade include: Ministry of Forestry building (now Ministry of Foreign Affairs) (1923) which bears a memorial plaque...
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1920s Impressionist Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Paper, Watercolor, Illustration Board

Sleeping Female Nude
Located in New York, NY
Sleeping Female Nude Signed, l.r. Charcoal on paper, mounted to paperboard 16.5 x 25.875 inches, mount 9.75 x 20.5 inches, sheet This work is offered by ClampArt in New York City.
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Early 20th Century Contemporary Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Charcoal, Paper, Illustration Board

Searching the Car - Desaturated Colors Muted Warm Yellows and Grey
Located in Miami, FL
This Harry Beckhoff illustration is masterfully rendered and intricately designed in line and wash. It's as abstract as it's representational with its graphic style, clean lines, and flat patterning. Every element in the composition works in harmony without a line out of place. The flat and abstract nature of the work rivals that of the great modernist painters of the 1930s. Perhaps this was done for a major newsstand magazine like Collier's. Although he studied with Dean Cornwell and Harvey Dunn, he didn't pursue the style of painterly brushstrokes and impastos. Instead, he defined his forms with flat shapes, whose internal forms are defined by thin lines. The emphasis is more on silhouette and line than it is on texture and lighting. Beckhoff also described his work as having been influenced by illustrators like Pierre Brissaud...
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1930s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Watercolor, Illustration Board

Pretty In Pink -3 (5.75" x 8.5" - Framed Original Artwork, Dress Painting)
Located in Mississauga, Ontario
This original artwork on board blends delicate detail with expressive brushwork resulting in a soft and feminine aesthetic. A loose, flowing pink rests over a finely textured backgro...
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2010s Contemporary Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Acrylic, Pencil, Illustration Board

'Navajo Family', Santa Fe, Modernism, Corcoran, Whitney, PAFA, AIC, WPA
Located in Santa Cruz, CA
Signed lower center, 'by Buk' for Eduard Buk Ulreich (American, 1889-1966), dedicated lower center, 'for Ruth' and painted circa 1945. Additionally signed and titled verso 'Navajo Fa...
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1940s Art Deco Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Gouache, Illustration Board, Watercolor

Nightie Night - 5.25" x 9.25", Original Artwork, White, Beige, Framed
Located in Mississauga, Ontario
In this original artwork, focus is placed on the blending of delicate detail and expressive brush work. A tone on tone texture is built up in the background through the use of paint ...
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2010s Contemporary Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Pencil, Illustration Board, Acrylic

Children Playing with the Baby /// Victorian Watercolor British Flowers Cottage
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Ada L. Dennis (English, Late 19th Century-Early 20th Century) Title: "Children Playing with the Baby" *Initial signed by Dennis lower right Circa: 1900 Medium: Original Water...
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Early 1900s Victorian Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Board, Watercolor, Illustration Board

Caricature of Opening of Zero Mostel in "Fiddler on the Roof"
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Left This illustration is on 15.00" x 20.00" illustration board with a 12.50" x 12.00" image. Fine condition, editor's notations in margins. Caricature by George Wachsteter (1911-2004) for the opening of Zero Mostel...
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1960s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

Sleeping In, Saturday Evening Post Cover
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Gouache on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Left Cover of The Saturday Evening Post, June 19, 1954
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1950s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Gouache, Illustration Board

He's Involved in Volvo
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Left Contact for dimensions.
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Ink, Illustration Board, Pen

"Umbrellas of Cherbourg"
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Right Caricature by George Wachsteter (1911-2004) for 1964 French movie `Umbrellas of Cherbourg...
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1960s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

Church Interior
By Ray Quigley
Located in Buffalo, NY
A modern illustration by American artist Ray Quigley depicting two men inside of a church.
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1950s Realist Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Gouache, Ink

Rumanian Racket Ruler
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Left
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance 'The Lucy Show'
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Right Ink on Illustration Board Caricature Portraits of Lucille Ball portraying Lucy Carmichael as an aspiring painter with Vivian Vance...
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1960s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Ink, Illustration Board, Pen

Play Ball!
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Unsigned Contact for dimensions.
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

Courting a Title
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Right Contact for dimensions.
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Ink, Illustration Board, Pen

"Star Time"
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Upper Right Caricature by George Wachsteter 1911-2004) for the DuMont Network`s `Star Time`, broadcast from their NYC flagship station WABD (now WNYC). The hour series ran on Tuesday nights at 10 p.m. from September 5, 1950 to February 27, 1951. Depicted from left to right: Benny Goodman...
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1950s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

It's About Time!
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Right Contact for dimensions.
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1960s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

Dr. Albert Hibbs on "Exploring"
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Left Caricature by George Wachsteter (1911-2004) of Dr Albert Hibbs on NBC-TV`s Saturday morning educational progra...
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1960s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

Big Ones for Wins at Wimbledon!
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Left Contact for dimensions.
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

Can King Conquer?
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Unsigned Contact for dimensions.
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Ink, Illustration Board, Pen

Tops from Down Under
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Center Contact for dimensions.
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

Rod Laver
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Right
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1960s Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

Man-Oh-Manuel
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Upper Right Contact for dimensions.
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Ink, Illustration Board, Pen

Kings- Queen of the Court
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Upper Right Contact for dimensions.
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

King Arthur of the Court
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Right Contact for dimensions.
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

Chris Evert
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Left Contact for dimensions. Chris Evert
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

Ol' Rivals Meeting on a Sunday?
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen and Ink on Illustration Board Signature: Signed Lower Left
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20th Century Illustration Board Figurative Drawings and Watercolors

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Illustration Board, Ink, Pen

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