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  1. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #20
    $50.00

    The work of the renowned Andrew Loomis, best known today for his endearingly-popular series of “how-to” drawing books; the classic comic art of sports cartoonist Willard Mullin; the life and art of Alton Tobey, known for his Golden Books series of illustrations; Book Reviews, Events and Exhibitions, and much more! Learn More
  2. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #22
    $30.00

    Features the work of Frederick Blakeslee, who is one of the giants in aviation pulp covers with an extensive feature. Also the short life and fantastic work of magazine illustrator Morton Roberts is examined, featuring many examples of his stunning artwork. Also a brief history of the Merrill Company Publishers along with stunning examples of their bright, imaginative and detailed cover art. Learn More
  3. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #28
    $30.00

    In this issue: Patricia Gostick profiles McClelland Barclay, the St. Louis-born illustrator best known for his beautiful women, and long-running Body by Fisher advertising campaign. This is the most in-depth profile on Barclay’s work yet published. Next up: Gary Lovisi profiles paperback artist Rudy Nappi, known for his Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys covers, sexy digests, and more. Book reviews, exhibitions and events, and more. Learn More
  4. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #19
    $30.00

    Features the work of Louis Glanzman, known for his detailed paperback covers and magazine illustrations, as well as his pre-WWII work in comic books. The issue also includes an extensive feature on magazine and paperback artist Ed Emshwiller, and the great magazine illustrator Arthur Sarnoff. Includes book reviews, a guide to events and exhibitions and much more. Learn More
  5. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #25
    $30.00

    Cover feature profiles Gloria Stoll, one of the few women who worked in the pulps. This heavily illustrated feature by David Saunders will come as a revelation to even the most jaded pulp aficionados. Secondly, paperback and magazine illustrator Sanford Kossin pens an autobiography on his life in art. Wrapping up the issue is a small feature on Weird Tales illustrator Hugh Doak Rankin. Learn More
  6. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #27
    $30.00

    In this issue: David Saunders profiles Rudoph Belarski, famous for his hundreds of pulp and paperback cover paintings. This is the most in-depth profile on his work yet published. Next up—Lou Irmo profiles Australian master Norman Lindsay, and his work in America. Wrapping up the issue is Part Two of Aron Gagliardo’s profile of Chicago’s American Academy of Art. Book reviews, exhibitions and events, and more! Learn More
  7. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #17
    $35.00

    The work of John R. Neill, the "Royal Historian of Oz" and one of the series' greatest illustrators, known best for his meticulous pen and inks; the legendary work of illustrator and educator Harvey T. Dunn; art dealer Charles Martignette discusses one of the favorite Dunn nudes in his collection. Learn More
  8. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #13
    $35.00

    The art of W.T. Benda, famous for his eleborate masks and delicate illustrations; the fantastic art of Alex Schomburg, who redefined the look of the American comic book in the 1950s; the weird pulp art of illustrator Lee Brown Coye, known for his work in the pages of the legendary Weird Tales magazine; and much more! Learn More
  9. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #46
    $35.00

    A.B. Frost is best known for his Br'er Rabbit illustrations, and other satirical comic strips and illustrations from the early 1900s, all showcased here from original art. Next up is the fantasy and horror artwork Virgil Finlay, a handsomely illustrated feature nicely supplementing a new limited edition book. Plus: cover artist Tom Miller and illustrator William Meade Prince. Learn More
  10. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #14
    $35.00

    The outrageous artwork of John W. Scott, perhaps best known for his lurid torture pulp covers; the art of A. Leslie Ross by his daughter Carolyn Ross; and an article on the other artists of Film Fun magazine. Enoch Bolles may have been the most recognized artist associated with the magazine, but the publication served as a springboard for a number of other notable illustrators and cartoonists. Learn More

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