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  • Richard Britell

    1657. The most impressive thing however is the auction prices for those drawings on newsprint; any one of them will sell for well over 25,000 dollars. Now, imagine to yourself a huge stack of such drawings on newsprint, an entire lifetime’s work where the artist has spent every waking hour of his long life working on his art. Now imagine those thousands of drawings multiplied by 25,000 dollars and you have some inkling of the importance of Adolph, at least from the economic standpoint.

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