New York auction company Illustration House has announced a fine selection of paintings and drawings with its new Auction of Illustrative and Cartoon Art, which takes place tomorrow, 7th June, at their Manhattan Gallery. Absentee bidding available.
The works, which include cartoons from New Yorker (such as the one pictured right, by Peter Arno, published in 1927), illustrations from pupl magazines and more are on display in the gallery until 6th June and the entire catalogue can be viewed at www.illustrationhouse.com.
From Advertising, Science Fiction to Comics, Westerns, Pulp and Pin Ups, the art spans a wide range of traditional American Illustration. Works by Joseph C. Leyendecker, Herbert Morton Stoops, Haddon Sundblom, Coby Whitmore, Barbara Shermund, James Montgomery Flagg, Harrison Cady, Charles Livingston Bull, Charles M. Schulz, W.T. Benda, Harold Von Schmidt, Alice Barber Stephens, Al Hirschfeld, Frederick Blakeslee, Peter Arno, James Bama, Howard Chandler Christy, Jack Davis, Steven Dohanos, Will Foster, Charles Dana Gibson, John Held Jr., Walt Kelly and many others are included.
Web Link: www.illustrationhouse.com
The gallery is located at 110 West 25th Street, New York, NY. Tel: 212-966-9444 Absentee bidding available.
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