Work from the masters of illustration up for sale

The cream of New York City artwork is led by a 1933 ink and watercolour cover design

12th March, 2017
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The Skier and the Walrus by Dr Seuss has an estimate of $8,000–$12,000

Many a talented illustrator has gone on to greater things – Paul Henry, Jack B Yeats and Andy Warhol, to mention but three. A New York City sale this month features the cream of artwork originally created for magazines, books and advertising by the masters of the genre, from Aubrey Beardsley to Peter Arno and Charles Addams of New Yorker fame, estimates ranging from $500-$12,000.

Leading the sale is Jean de Brunhoff’s 1933 ink and...

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