The Electric Sublime by W. Maxwell Prince

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Unfortunately, the artworks in The Electric Sublime don't get much more recent than that; Prince and his illustrators seem to think art stopped evolving sometime around the 1920s.
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"Art is anything you can get away with… destroy it all." Welcome to where art history, madness, and expression meet in a Pollock-splatter of thrilling crime adventure! When a mysterious change in the composition of a famous painting begins poisoning the minds of its spectators, Margot Breslin--director of the Bureau of Artistic Integrity--must pull famed "art detective" Arthur Brut out of a mental institution and back into the insanity that sent him there in the first place.
 

About W. Maxwell Prince

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W. Maxwell Prince is the author of One Week in the Library (Image) and Judas: The Last Days (IDW). He lives with his wife in Brooklyn.
Author Residence: Brooklyn, NYMartín Morazzo is an artist based in Argentina who first came to the attention of US comics readers through his artwork on the webcomic Absolute Magnitude. In 2012, with writer Joe Harris, he co-created Great Pacific, an eighteen issues series published by Image Comics! He lives in Buenos Aires, and when he isn't spending every waking minute drawing, he likes to spend time with his lovely wife, Victoria and his two children, Nina and Lupe.Illustrator Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina
 
Published April 25, 2017 by IDW Publishing. 104 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense.
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Reviewed by Etelka Lehoczky on Apr 29 2017

Unfortunately, the artworks in The Electric Sublime don't get much more recent than that; Prince and his illustrators seem to think art stopped evolving sometime around the 1920s.

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