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Would You Buy a Used Illustration From This Man?

Henrik Drescher sent this email the other day under the heading “Rediscovered Art:”

Hi there, I’ve recently rediscovered a massive collection of 1980-1990’s New York Times, Progressive and other art for sale.

And massive it is. If you visit his website here, you will see a stunning assortment of color and black and white originals, including editorial (some I art directed for the New York Times Book Review) and childrens book illustrations. Prices start at around $400.

Would I buy a used illo from this man? This stuff makes me think I probably would.

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