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    The first in a two-volume survey, readers are invited to re-examine the history of the West and its art through a multi-faceted contemporary lens. More than 40 artists are included who reflect the tremendous diversity, depth, and breadth of a field steeped in history. While some follow the traditions established by Remington and Russell, others seek to break from tradition, busting myths and bringing new insights and artistic styles to the genre. Learn More

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    This reproduction of the very first Director's Club exhibition offers a generous selection of more than 300 halftone images, accompanied by a sources appendix. New to this edition are 15 added pages of color reproductions of a selection of the best work. Entries by leaders in the field include J. C. Leyendecker's ads for Arrow shirts, Maxfield Parrish's Mazda Lamp calendar pages, Franklin Booth's line art, and contributions by Norman Rockwell, Edward Penfield, N. C. Wyeth, and other luminaries. Learn More
  3. IT MUST BE ART Big O Poster Artist of The 1960s and 70s

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    Throughout the 1960s and 70s, London-based Big O Posters helped define the new and democratic art medium of the psychedelic poster, a vehicle for rebellion against the old order that went hand in hand with the music, literature, and film of the time. This is a comprehensive collection of works published by Big O artists, astonishingly creative folks whose artistry developed almost completely outside the influence of the art establishment. With 300 images by 19 artists, including Rodney Matthews, Mati Klarwein, Roger Dean, H.R. Giger, Robert Venosa, Wayne Anderson, Jim Burns, Vali Myers and--surprise--Virgil Finlay! Learn More

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    The story of two little girls who set out to save Santa from his mischievous twin, "Bob Claus," who has not only stolen Santa's sleigh, but stuffed his toy bag with mud pies, cat poop, and broccoli. And he's threatening to turn Donner, Blitzen, and the rest into reindeer soup! Learn More
  5. JEFFREY JONES A Life in Art

    Over the past 40 years, there have been few artists who have received as much acclaim and garnered as much attention as Jeffrey Jones. This looks at his early comic book work for DC, Heavy Metal and National Lampoon, including the long-running Idyl strips; his popular book covers for authors such as Robert E. Howard, Dean Koontz, Fritz Leiber and Andre Norton; and his move into fine art. Jones has inspired a generation of painters and artists just as he was first inspired by Frank Frazetta. This beautiful volume of his personal favorites enhances his reputation as one of America's greatest artists. Learn More
  6. FRANK E. SCHOONOVER Catalogue Raisonne

    This two-volume, slip-cased Catalogue Raisonné encompasses Schoonover's entire career, from his earliest sketches to his last easel paintings. Included are over 3000 images, many in full color, and a detailed biography. A student of Howard Pyle, Frank E. Schoonover (1877-1972) is recognized as one of the foremost illustrators of his time. His prolific contribution to American illustration spanned more than 40 years. This will stand as the pre-eminent record of Schoonover, his life, and his work. While many of the illustrations must be kept small, there are a good, satisfying number of works reproduced full page size, from the original paintings. Learn More

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    Kinstler's work hangs in museums, boardrooms, banks, private collections, The White House, and in the homes of his clients and friends. Before portraiture became his life's work, he spent the 1940s and 1950s honing his craft in comic books: Hawkman for DC's The Flash, Black Hood and Black Terror for Standard. And dozens upon dozens of covers, inside cover contents pages, and stories for those delightfully lurid Avon titles like Eerie, Cowpuncher, Dalton Brothers, Jesse James, Strange Worlds, etc. And illustrating for pulp magazines like The Shadow, Doc Savage and Detective Tales! Learn More

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    This issue features the art of Dean Cornwell, the noted "Dean of Illustrators" who continued the legacy of his teacher Harvey Dunn (a student of Howard Pyle.) This issue also features the meticulous pen and ink illustrations of Murray Tinkelman, with a particular emphasis on his 1970s illustrations for H.P. Lovecraft and his other "post-Cooper Studio" work. Also an excerpt about the work of Constantin Alajalov. Learn More

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