Last Saturday, the Carlo Pittore Foundation held a sale and silent auction of 1000 of the late artist's works on paper. It took up the entire area at Fort Andross in Brunswick where the Winter Farmer's Market (see below) is held. It was dizzying in scope, quantity and quality. I first became familiar with Carlo Pittore's work when I submitted "Pastor Philip" for a portrait show at the Merrymeeting Arts Center in Bowdoinham few years back, and they hung my work right next to one of Carlo Pittore's. It was a thrill. He was at the forefront of postcard art and was quite prolific, the 1000 drawings being a small fraction of his total legacy. My personal haul from the the day's event are shown in the pictures above. I am especially happy about getting one of the boxers that were up for sale. It was a good day. To find out more about the Carlo Pittore Foundation, click here.