During the 1990’s an art scene emerged in the Mission District of San Francisco that consisted of graffiti, hand signed paintings, folk art, and found objects. It was derived from an urban street culture and grouped together to what is known today as the Mission School. Participants of the scene included the late Margaret Kilgallen and her husband Barry McGee. Together they were a creative force that influenced numerous other artists in fine art and graphic design. Though the school became enveloped into the broader street art movement, the two artists consistently stood out amongst its peers as the leaders of the scene. Next Tuesday, Doyle New York will be hosting an auction on Street Art featuring 46 works by artists including Kilgallen and McGee along with their contemporaries, KAWS, Banksy, Stephen Powers, David Choe, Shepard Fairey, and others. A three day preview will on view from October 13 through 15.