The following information was submitted in July of 2006 by Ruth Campagna:
Mr. D'Andrea was a successful illustrator in New York City in the 1950's, and his illustrations were published in major national magazines, including Good Housekeeping, Seventeen, National Geographic, and The Saturday Evening Post.
In the late 1950's, he began attending classes at the Brooklyn Museum School, taught by Reuben Tam, a respected modern painter. Tam introduced De'Andrea to Abstract Expressionism, which became the means by which D'Andrea responded to the turbulent 1960's. His works such as Vietnam, Rape of the '60s, Lord of the Flies, and Follow the Drinking Gourd record D'Andrea's passionate r
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