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I noticed that a large number of original drawings from Alfonso Iannelli and his wife are for sale by various galleries and on EBAY. Some for $40 or less. Someone (a collector or family member) must have sold this collection of artwork. Some items are rough drafts for final pieces of artwork or graphics.
Has this collection been photographed or recorded in any way? Once you sell a something like this piece by piece its as good as gone never to be seen again.