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Classic and contemporary illustrators and fine artists.

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  1. ILLUSTRATION MAGAZINE #19
    $15.00

    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
  2. 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
  3. THE ALLURING ART OF MARGARET BRUNDAGE Deluxe
    $100.00

    Starting in 1932, Margaret Brundage forever changed the look of Fantasy and Horror with her alluring, sensationalistic covers for the legendary pulp magazine, Weird Tales. Brundage, whose art contemporaries include Virgil Finlay and Hannes Bok, is unique as she was the first female cover artist of the pulp era. Decades before the gothic fetish craze, Brundage's lush, provocative paintings, which frequently featured smoldering, semi-nude young women bearing whips, threatened by strange men or stranger beasts, or wandering lost in alien landscapes, became a focus of acute attention and controversy. Learn More
  4. DISNEY COMICS JUNE 1990 COLLECTORS EDITION FIRST ISSUED SLIPCASED
    $45.00

    These comic books are the first issues to be published by the Walt Disney Company itself. While single copies of these issues were printed and distributed, this boxed edition is limited to only 10,000 collector's sets. Learn More
  5. STERANKO NICK FURY AGENT OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Artist's Edition
    $275.00

    In the mid-1960s, Jim Steranko burst into the Marvel Age of comics in a BIG way, and the innovative, cinematic techniques he introduced in his brief tenure there still stand as a high-water mark in the history of graphic storytelling. More than any other series, Steranko is most associated with Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. This Artist's Edition collects the first 12 stories of Steranko's run from Strange Tales #151-162, as well as all his covers from these issues--plus extras! Learn More
  6. ART OF JON WHITCOMB DELUXE SLIPCASED
    $150.00

    This limited deluxe edition, number 66 of 100, comes in a pink cloth slipcase, and has a tipped in plate signed by Daniel Zimmer. A spectacular new art book from The Illustrated Press. 300 full color images, many from original paintings and drawings, plus rare photographs, and lots of magazine covers, advertising pieces, and story illustrations. Whitcomb was a pioneer in the switch from oil to gouache. He zoomed in on people, usually pretty young women, and became one of the top illustrators from the '40s to the 1960s, a major contributor in Collier's, McCalls', Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping and other major magazines. Learn More
  7. DOMINO LADY THE COMPLETE COLLECTION DLX SLIPCASED
    $200.00

    From Indiana Jones to The Shadow, he's visualized more classic fictional icons than any other American artist and now he's added another, in a spectacular volume which incorporates four favorite Steranko themes: pulp fiction, noir mystery, art deco, and beautiful women. A new painted cover showcasing equal parts danger, intrigue, and sex appeal. Each adventure pits the sultry femme fatale against vicious gangsters and secret societies, all of which are captured by evocative Steranko double-page title illustrations. And as a Special Bonus, he has also authored a new thriller that reveals the sin-tillating secrets of the Domino Lady's lethal origin for the first time ever! She's the quintessential '30s pulp vixen, a masked manhunter in a noir deco world, right out of a Warner Bros, thriller in a handsome format. Learn More
  8. HARRY CLARKE THE DOUGLAS HYDE GALLERY, TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN
    $45.00

    Monograph and catalogue published to coincide with the exhibition "Harry Clarke", 12 November to 8 December 1979 at the Douglas Hyde Gallery. Learn More
  9. THE BEST OF VIRGIL FINLAY
    $45.00

    Edited by G.B. Love and James Van Hise, this is a collection of black and white art from fantasy artist Virgil Finlay in his classic stippled style. Learn More
  10. THE JIM BURNS PORTFOLIO
    $45.00

    An introductory text accompanies 28 of the artist's fantasy visions of gentle dreamscapes, awesome beasts, startling humanoids and futuristic cars and hardware. Titles are kept to the blank reverse of each plate, making the paintings suitable for framing. Learn More

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