All Told: My Art and Life Among Athletes, Playboys, Bunnies, and Provocateurs, by LeRoy Neiman Considered the world’s most recognizable contemporary artist, LeRoy Neiman broke the barrier between fine art and popular art in the 1960s. His prints continue to bring in $10 million a year in sales. But it is the life he’s lived and the people he’s known that make the memoir of this swashbuckling bon vivant with the famous mustache such a marvelous historical canvas. His is the story of a scrappy Depression-era kid who had talent, insatiable curiosity, and a knack for wrangling himself into places he didn’t belong. As a result, he hobnobbed with everyone who’s anyone and created indelible images that helped define a century. With special guest Patty Otis Abel, contributing writer/editor, “All Told” and Ben Isaacs, art dealer and colleague of LeRoy Neiman.
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