Pulp Art & Magazine Auction Ending 1/17

Thanks to Steve Kennedy a visionary in a small niche of American Illustration Art, Pulp Magazines that originally cost 5 and 10 cents in the 1940’s, had collectors paying $25.00 are now demanding several hundred dollars. Even Walt Reed an owner of Illustration House in New York City said to Steve “You revivified a part of the illustration world that was overlooked”

On July 1, 2015 the art world lost Steven J. Kennedy, who coined the art movement “Pulp Art” He was an enthusiastic erudite, passionate dealer and collector of fine art

Steve was a patron of the Pulp Art: Vamps, Villains, and Victors from the Robert Lesser Collection exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum in 2003. He was consulted by Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY); Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, Ohio); other popular culture institution and numerous individuals to verify the painters of the pulp paintings.

The eclectic Steve Kennedy Pulp Magazine Collection includes “Wild West Weekly”, “Spicy” “Dime Detective” “Adventure”, “Action Stories”, “Amazing Stories”, “Rodeo Romances”, “Dare-Devil Aces”, “Fantastic Universe”, “Science Fiction”, “Black Mask” are all for sale.

Payment is due by Friday, January 19 at 1PM.

Pickup in Pleasant Valley, NY must be completed by Friday, January 19 at 3PM.

All lots sold as is, where is. There is a 15% Buyers Premium for all lots purchased. Payment methods include cash, MC, Visa, Discover or good check. You can make credit card payment online by going to your Member Area and selecting your invoice.

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