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Classic and contemporary illustrators and fine artists.

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  1. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #16
    $35.00

    A story on the making of James Bama: American Realist, a new book on the artist’s illustration career; the rediscovery of artist Charles R. Showalter, previously assumed to have been the psuedonym of Haddon Sundblom; Illustrating an Era: The Charles E. Cooper Studio Story; Book Reviews, Events and Exhibitions, and much more!

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  2. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #2
    $39.00

    This is the first edition from 2002 and features an expanded look at the art and life of pulp art legend Norman Saunders. From his masterful pulp and paperback covers through his work with the Topps trading card company and beyond form the basis for the excellent new book, Norman Saunders. Also included is an appreciation of Frank Frazetta's amazing pen & ink illustrations for the 1960s Edgar Rice Burroughs novels from Canaveral Press, a look at censorship in the notorious Spicy pulps, and an in-depth exploration of the art of 1950s magazine illustrator Perry Peterson. Like John LaGatta, Peterson was a master of contemporary beautiful women as well as powerful fiction illustrations for the top magazines of the period. Learn More
  3. 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
  4. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #22
    $15.00

    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
  5. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #19
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    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
  6. 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
  7. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #15
    $35.00

    A "Special Issue" devoted entirely to the work of Bernie Fuchs. Much like Bob Peak before him, Bernie Fuchs' work took the illustration world by storm, influencing scores of imitators to try to capture his magical style and evocative realism. Learn More
  8. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #10
    $35.00

    The pulp cover art of illustrator Rafael DeSoto; a tribute to the life and work of Lone Ranger comic strip artist Tom Gill; the paperback cover illustration of Mitchell Hooks; the caricature art of Jack Lane; the exploitation paperback covers of Australian impring Horwitz Publishing. Learn More
  9. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #30
    $39.00

    We profile Saturday Evening Post cover artist Ellen B.T. Pyle with stunning examples of her original cover paintings, and rare photographs from her personal life. Next up we feature Edwin Georgi, whose brilliantly colored illustrations breathed exciting life into virtually every major American magazine of the 40s and 50s. Our last feature is on the darkly weird and wonderful work of British horror illustrator Douglas Walters. Learn More
  10. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #12
    $35.00

    The work of illustrator R.G. Harris, with dozens of reproductions of original artwork and rare tear sheets; a look back at the slick magazine illustrations of Harry Anderson; The Good, the Weird, and the Ugly Art of Bill Campbell, featuring rare sketches of his Weird-Oh models and other model kit artwork. Learn More

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