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House of Roulx and JG Autographs, Inc. are proud to present an ongoing assemblage of original artwork, rare editions, publications, photographs, autographs and related ephemera by art history's most iconic names


Original Signed Show Postcards, Photographs & Vintage Ephemera

Warhol was a successful magazine and ad illustrator who became a leading artist of the 1960s Pop art movements. He ventured into a wide variety of art forms, including performance art, filmmaking, video installations and writing, and controversially blurred the lines between fine art and mainstream aesthetics.

Frank Lloyd Wright

Original Blue Prints, Architectural Plans, Signed Letters & Documents.

Widely considered the greatest architect of the 20th century and the greatest American architect of all time, Wright perfected a distinctly American style of architecture that emphasized simplicity and natural beauty in contrast to the elaborate and ornate architecture that had prevailed in Europe.


Original Signed Postcards

Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s huge, usually outdoor sculptures were temporary and involved hundreds of assistants in their construction. Seen by all manner of passersby, including those who would not necessarily visit museums, these works forced observers to confront questions regarding the nature of art and to reconsider a particular space. As the scope of the projects widened, increased time was needed for planning and construction phases, the securing of permits, and environmental impact research—a process that could take decades. For each project, they formed a corporation, which secured financing and sold the primary models and sketches.

Norman Rockwell

Signed Lithographs, Letters & Vintage Postal Covers

Norman Rockwell received his first commission at age 17. In 1916, he created the first of 321 covers for The Saturday Evening Post. Rockwell's Americana images were loved by the public, but not embraced by critics. He created World War II posters and received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1977.


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House of Roulx is actively looking to purchase and acquire collections or archives of original art, rare editions, manuscript materials and related ephemera. Please contact us direct to discuss private sale options.