BOSTON (AP) – A new illustrated book about the theft of $500 million worth of artwork from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum went on sale Monday.
NEW YORK (AP) – Researching the life of Leonardo da Vinci left Walter Isaacson in a playful mood.
BALTIMORE – Devoted to all things within the scary entertainment genre, The Overstreet Guide To Collecting Horror is set to debut in comic shops and bookstores. This new volume is filled with content on movies, literature, comic books, video games, soundtracks, TV shows, and magazines. There are features on EC Comics, Universal Monsters, Friday the 13th, Hammer Horror, The Walking Dead, Japanese horror, Stephen King, sci-fi/horror, and more.
IOLA, Wis. – Featuring more than 300 outstanding objects gathered from private and public collections, Harry Potter – The Unofficial Guide to The Collectibles of Our Favorite Wizard provides the first comprehensive survey of the rich art, books and memorabilia created during the last 20 years of Pottermania.
IOLA, Wis. – Warman’s Antiques & Collectibles 2018 marks its 70th year of service, making it the elder statesman of resources devoted to the collecting industry.
IOLA, Wis. — It’s been a few years, but the Antique Trader Business Directory is back. This year’s directory will be published as part of the July 19, 2017 issue of Antique Trader, and distributed for free to Antique Trader readers, and the Antique Trader online audience. Plus, additional distribution at antiques and collectibles shows in the United States is being planned.
PASADENA, Calif. – Not since Roger Kislingbury’s first book, Saloons, Bars and Cigar Stores, has there been published a more comprehensive collection of vintage photographs depicting the American saloon with all of its appointments.
IOLA, Wis. – In the recently published 100 Greatest Graphic Novels (Krause Publications), authors Alex Langley and Katrina Hill explore the fusion of illustrations and words to demonstrate a thought, an action, evoke a response, and empower one another and the reader.
OTTAWA, Kan. (AP) – While seeking a foxhole in 2006-07 to keep from being another economic casualty of the Great Recession, photographer John Gladman stumbled across an explosive business idea.