For a few years in the late 1920s, the village of Eden, NY, was home to a small press with a colorful history. This small press was the vision and child of Spencer Kellogg, Jr.
Described as a "realist with a Slavic feeling for color and a considerable talent for caricature," artist Eugene Dyczkowski's memorable work ranged from: bucolic landscapes to Depression-era scenes, figure studies and abstract paintings. He was the founder of the Polish Arts Club of Buffalo.
Harold Arlen created an extraordinary number of hit songs that have become a part of the American scene. Sadly, this Buffalo native remains largely unknown in his hometown.
Thomas Hart Benton's mural painting helped tell the story of American history.
The beauty of the Niagara River, Falls and Gorge are captured in a series of symphonic paintings composed between 1910 and 1920.
Painter Dr. V. Roger Lalli, retired from his teaching career, has completed 43 photo-realist views of Buffalo, now reproduced in a new book.
U.S. postage stamps issued in conjunction with the Pan-American Expo. and rumored forgeries and fakes.
Controversy over the Pan-Am artwork created by Evelyn Rumsey Cary. The official logo and emblem was viewed by some as too risque and a spoof to poke fun at the criticism resulted in an alternate version of the poster.