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Classic and contemporary illustrators and fine artists.

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  1. WALT DISNEY AND EUROPE
    $25.00

    Concentrating on the classic animated feature films produced under Walt Disney's personal supervision, Robin Allan examines the European influences on some of the most beloved Disney classics from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to The Jungle Book. This lavishly illustrated volume is based on archival research and extensive interviews with those who worked closely with Walt Disney. Learn More
  2. CURT SWAN A LIFE IN COMICS DLX SLIPCASED
    $250.00

    Deluxe Signed Edition (Signed by Julie Schwartz and Murphy Anderson), 1st printing. Foreword by Mort Walker. The elegant comic book art of Curt Swan defined the look of Superman for over 30 years. His amazing skills of storytelling, draftsmanship, and design brought a realism and sense of wonder to The Man of Steel's adventures, making them the best-selling comic books of their day. Filled with iconic and previously unseen pop art, this fascinating biography traces the artist's career from the beginning on features like "Gangbusters" to his rise as the top Superman artist. Learn More
  3. FRANK FRAZETTA ICON
    $100.00

    Frank Frazetta's paintings and illustrations have set the standard for fantasy artists for the past 50 years. His art continues to exert a tremendous influence over collectors of classic comic and sci-fi art, who pay record-setting auction prices for his original works. This lushly produced, large-format retrospective follows Frazetta's career from his apprenticeships at various publishers in the 1940s, to his 1950s breakthrough with the "Buck Rogers" and "Lil' Abner" series, to his powerfully erotic compositions for the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs and the famous "Conan" illustrations for Robert E. Howard. Learn More
  4. The Studio
    $150.00

    1st edition, 1st printing, over 150 pages of drawings, paintings and commentary by four of the leading fantasy artists of their day. Back in the 1970s, Jeffrey Jones, Michael Kaluta, Barry Windsor Smith and Berni Wrightson knew of each other’s work; they often met at comic conventions where they were honored speakers or guests. Becoming tired of the strictures of editors, deadlines. etc., they joined together to set up a studio where they could do the work of their own choice. This volume displays the results of that studio work. Learn More
  5. LAWRENCE ALMA-TADEMA
    $40.00

    Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912), was one of the finest and most distinctive of the Victorian painters. Dutch-born, he moved to London in 1870 and became famous for his depictions of the luxury and decadence of the Roman Empire, set in fabulous marbled interiors or against a backdrop of dazzling blue Mediterranean sea and sky. An amusing portrait of an exuberant personality who carved out a brilliant career for himself at the heart of London's artistic and cultural elite. Learn More
  6. LAWRENCE ALMA-TADEMA
    $50.00

    Lawrence Alma-Tadema was born in the Netherlands but spent most of his adult life in England, becoming a member of the Royal Academy and later gaining a knighthood. He was the quintessential Classicist painter, taking many of his themes from Greek and Roman Mythology. His work has a rich dream-like quality which is well illustrated in this book. His romantic heroines have influenced many modern illustrators and a number of his paintings will be surprisingly familiar. Learn More
  7. THE ULITIMATE DINOSAUR
    $25.00

    In an imaginative exploration of the era of the great dinosaurs, fiction and nonfiction are combined in a unique way. Each of the 12 chapters includes an article by a leading paleontologist as well as a story on a related topic by one of SF's best-loved authors, including Ray Bradbury, Gregory Benford, Harry Harrison et al. Full color paintings and line drawings recreate the exotic world that once existed on our planet. Learn More
  8. LAWRENCE ALMA-TADEMA
    $45.00

    Lawrence Alma-Tadema was born in the Netherlands but spent most of his adult life in England, becoming a member of the Royal Academy and later gaining a knighthood. He was the quintessential Classicist painter, taking many of his themes from Greek and Roman mythology. His work has a rich dream-like quality which is well illustrated in this book. Learn More
  9. RGK The Art of Roy G Krenkel
    $250.00

    Initially working in comic books in the 1950s, including work for EC's sci-fi titles with Williamson and Frazetta, Roy Krenkel soon moved into digest and book illustration, and finally fine art and book covers. Commissioned to draw the covers for the Ace Burroughs paperbacks, he couldn't keep up and brought friend Frank Frazetta in to help--and thereby began Frank's cover career! Seemingly never on the A-list, he nonetheless produced some exquisite work and it's nicely featured here, with superb reproduction Learn More
  10. Roy G Krenkel Cities & Scenes from the Ancient World
    $140.00

    Roy Krenkel drew in a classic, fine-art, Old Master style that is rarely seen these days. Here are 180 of his best sketches, drawings, and paintings on historical subjects and settings. This was the very first collection of his work, printed by a small specialty publisher who was also responsible for publishing the prestigious Amra. Two-page preface by Sanford Meschkow, five-page "Some Comments on Doodling" by Krenkel himself. Color frontis, some nudity, many finely finished pieces. Learn More

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