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The Illustrated Gallery Newsletter

The Illustrated Gallery Newsletter

Here, you will find our most up-to-date newsletter, as well as the chance to look back at the rest of our past newsletters. If you haven't already, click here to register for The Illustrated Gallery Newsletter! Newest Newsletter:   Getting Ready for The Big Game...

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John Ford Clymer’s Winter Scenes

John Ford Clymer’s Winter Scenes

John Ford Clymer masterfully captured the essence and character of the winter season. His scenes created for advertisements and magazine covers evoke invigorating cold air, crisp with the promise of more snow, and depict frosted landscapes with the long shadows of...

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J.C. Leyendecker and the New Year’s Baby

J.C. Leyendecker and the New Year’s Baby

J.C. Leyendecker’s cherubs and babies graced the covers of 37 New Year’s issues of The Saturday Evening Post, ushering in each new year from 1907 to 1943. While the New Year’s Babies initially portrayed a childlike innocence, they soon began to offer commentary on the...

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Norman Rockwell Companion Masterpieces Reunited

Norman Rockwell Companion Masterpieces Reunited

                                                                                               The Audience of One - By Norman Rockwell The Illustrated Gallery recently had the privilege to reunite these two companion works...

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Colliers, SEP, Liberty and The Prosaic Leslie Thrasher

Colliers, SEP, Liberty and The Prosaic Leslie Thrasher

Leslie Thrasher and his Art Contributed by Jim Thompson (Commonwealth Books) Charles Leslie Thrasher graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 1909. After a year studying in France, he went to Wilmington where he spent a year attending Howard Pyle’s...

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