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Anyone who has seen one of Jack B. Yeats’s later paintings can easily recognize others. Same for his earlier watercolor work and his pen-and-ink sketches. The distinctiveness of Yeats’s style, along with his characteristic choice of subjects, have made him … Continue reading
Libraries often gain renown through the preservation of the beautiful and profound. Sumptuously illuminated manuscripts or the first editions of literary giants hold the attentions of librarians and scholars, but what about the quick and dirty products of everyday print, … Continue reading