MASTERS OF AMERICAN ILLUSTRATION:

41 Illustrators and How They Worked


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First released in 2011, this massive volume on illustration history sold out almost instantly. Now the book is back in print!


A whopping 432 pages, 6.5 pounds, sized 9x12 inches, hardcover with dustjacket. The retail price is $60.00 plus postage.


A modern classic, if you are a fan of illustration art history, this book is an essential additon to your library.

  

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SHANNON STIRNWEIS:

80 YEARS BEHIND THE BRUSH

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Shannon Stirnweis has had a long and varied career, producing illustrations for men's adventure magazines, and slick magazines such as Argosy, Field & Stream, Reader's Digest, Popular Mechanics, Time, and more. He has illustrated postage stamps, movie posters, paperback covers, as well as over 35 children's books. This volume is a retrospective drawn from more than 80 years behind the brush.


160 pages, 9x12 inches, hardcover with dust jacket. $19.95 (U.S.)


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Reynold Brown: A Life in Pictures

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UPDATED EDITION! This spectacular new book explores the life and work of  Reynold Brown, one of the greatest movie poster artists in Hollywood history. This whopping 304 page new edition adds 80 new pages to the original 2009 edition, and is loaded with stunning illustrations reproduced from vintage movie posters, photos, and the original paintings and drawings. This is a stunning document of Reynold's work, and features images from every facet of his long career.


304 pages, 9x12 inches, hardcover with dust jacket. $49.95 (U.S.)


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THE ART OF HARRY ANDERSON

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This beautiful new book explores the life and work of Harry Anderson, one of America's greatest illustrators. His buttery style in the difficult medium of opaque watercolor has been admired by generations of artists. Now you can examine over 300 stunning illustrations reproduced from vintage magazines, family photos, and original paintings drawn from the Anderson family's archives. This is an essential and comprehensive document of the artist's work.


224 pages, 9x12 inches, hardcover with dust jacket. $44.95 (U.S.)


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THE ART OF EDWIN GEORGI

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This spectacular new book explores the life and work of Edwin Georgi, the master of eye-popping kaleidoscopic color, and a skilfull renderer of beautiful women. Loaded with stunning illustrations reproduced from vintage magazines, family photos, and  original paintings and drawings drawn from the Georgi family's archives, this is a stunning document of the artist's work, and is a must for anyone who loves impressionistic color combined with masterful draftsmanship.


224 pages, 9x12 inches, hardcover with dust jacket. $44.95 (U.S.)


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THE ART OF COBY WHITMORE

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For over 30 years, Coby Whitmore's elegant and fasionable illustrations graced the pages of almost every major American magazine. Sophisticated, with imaginative compositions, brilliant use of color,  superb draftsmanship, and good taste, his pictures represented the "Good Life." They were also notable for their glamorous women. Of all of the "boy/girl" artists working in those days, none were more admired or imitated than Coby Whitmore. This sumptuous new volume presents over 300 illustrations.


224 pages, 9x12 inches, hardcover with dust jacket. $44.95 (U.S.)


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In this issue: We feature the work of EARL MORAN, known for his luscious pin-up illustrations, and notable for his work with the young Marilyn Monroe. Our second feature showcases the work of the brilliant editorial cartoonist THOMAS NAST, who needs no introduction.Our final article is the second part of an ongoing series, HOW THE WEST WAS SOLD featuring early illustrations from the Western frontier. Book reviews, exhibitions and events, and more round out the issue.


80 pages, 8.5 x 11, perfect bound, printed in full color. $15.00 (U.S.)



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The son of Scandinavian immigrants, Haddon Sundblom became one of most influential illustrators of the 20th Century. Best known for his depictions of Santa Claus for Coca-Cola, his career encompassed much more. He produced advertising illustrations for innumerable national brands, as well as editorial work for the leading magazines of the day. As a mentor to scores of artists who worked in his studio, his influence on the look of American illustration was widespread. This new book features hundreds of illustrations, tear sheets, photographs and more documenting Sundblom's career.  


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THE ART OF HADDON SUNDBLOM

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