"An interesting exhibit has opened in Philadelphia with an accompanying
examining the artistic
visions of A.C. Radebaugh. The name sounds familiar but I couldn't place any
of the pieces.
A sad footnote seems to be that he died in 1974, alone and embittered with
his legacy and work largely ignored. A CNN piece discusses the show and his
The artwork is fabulous. And the unanswered question is pervasive these past
few years. And the unanswered question is pervasive these past few years."
(above words from Nigel Rowe)
Definitely worth a look in if early SF art interests you. Radeburgh's
illustrations have been familiar to us for decades and this is certainly a
very overdue retrospective.