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Ian Hugo

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Original 18x22.25” watercolor portrait of Ian Hugo as featured in The Art of the Affair: An Illustrated History of Love, Sex, and Artistic Influence. Unframed. Comes with a copy of the book signed by the illustrator.

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As he appears in the text:

“Anaïs Nin met Hugh Guiler, a young banker and aspiring writer, when she was seventeen. After a few years of courtship and to the dismay of Hugh’s parents, they married in 1923. Disinherited, Hugh set aside his creative life and financed their lives with his job in banking. In the ’40s, however, he reinvented himself as Ian Hugo, making experimental films starring Anaïs and scored by the Barrons.”

Read more about The Art of the Affair, by Catherine Lacey and Forsyth Harmon. ︎︎︎