When he died, Byron Levy left behind a vast inheritance — of drawings.
May 26, 2019 7:25 AM   Subscribe

"It’s hard to picture my grandfather without a sketchbook in his hands. He was always drawing. Gramps lived for 94 years — long enough to experience the Great Depression and the Great Recession, the birth of both television and virtual reality — and he chronicled the decades in a staggering collection of sketchbooks, each a literal chapter of his life." [NYT Op-Doc] posted by waninggibbon (3 comments total) 23 users marked this as a favorite
What a wonderful legacy.
posted by vegartanipla at 7:50 AM on May 26, 2019

Here are some of the items in the book. I didn't see a link in the article, though I might have just missed it. Some of the images are a bit tricky to get to enlarge, but most of them eventually work...
posted by Gilgamesh's Chauffeur at 8:40 AM on May 26, 2019 [1 favorite]

That was lovely, very well done!
posted by dfm500 at 10:20 AM on May 26, 2019

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