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Laurence King Publishing Gains Ground In The U.S.

Posted at 11:18AM Sunday 13 Apr 2014

Laurence King Publishing, an art and design house founded in the U.K. in 1991, is gearing up for the debut of This Is, a series of titles about 20th-century artists presented in the style of graphic novels, with illustrations, original art, and text. The first three titles—This Is Dali, This Is Warhol, and This Is Pollock, all written by art historian Catherine Ingram—are set to be released on May 6 and are priced at $14.95. In the fall, books about Chagall, Gauguin, and Bacon will be added to the series.

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