Illustrated Gallery News & Articles
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...
We are excited to announce a new book written by James C. Thompson due to hit the market by the end of October!
PAINTING AMERICA’S PORTRAIT – How Illustrators Created Their Art
Every once in awhile you discover a long lost treasure. That is what happened to us a few months ago when we found this Charles Leslie Thrasher Saturday Cover painting for The Saturday Evening Post. Mr. Thrasher made a living painting impressive works for Liberty...
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Check out our upcoming and past events!
We are looking forward to our fourth year at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art, & Antique Show!!
Norman Rockwell Museum and the South Dakota Museum of Art: Harvey Dunn and His Students. November 7, 2015 – March 6, 2016.
Norman Rockwell Museum: J.C. Leyendecker and The Saturday Evening Post. March 21, 2015 – June 14, 2015
Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show 2015
Norman Rockwell Museum: The Unknown Hopper, Hopper as an Illustrator. June 7 – October 24, 2014
A Date with a Plate: May 6 & 7, Philadelphia
Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show 2014
The National Arts Club “Triumph of Winter”
Just in & New to The Illustrated Gallery, Robert Berran’s Cover Illustrations from ‘The Girls of Canby Hall’ Book Series published by Scholastic. Please visit Robert Berran’s page on our site to view them!
42 years ago I started buying Illustrated Art. It has progressed from a hobby to a passion and today qualifies as an addiction. Both the quantity of works and the quality of the artists have improved over the years, but what I want to tell you is about…
We are proud to announce the acquisition of a selection of paintings by Abe Birnbaum (1899-1966), whose charming and colorful work adorned the covers of the New Yorker magazine for decades.
Now available is a collection of recently discovered lost drawings by George Wachsteter, one of the most prominent caricaturists of the 20th century, whose engaging style is comparable to that of Al Hirschfeld.