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The book is 224 pages, 9”x12”, full-color on premium low-gloss stock, hardbound with dust jacket. Limited to just 900 copies.
THE ART OF JON WHITCOMB
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ABOVE: The unfolded dust jacket design.
THE SPECIAL EDITION
The Special Edition book is signed and numbered with slipcase. Limited to 100 copies.
The book is 224 pages, 9”x12”, full-color on premium low-gloss stock, hardbound with dust jacket.
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This book is limited to 1000 copies total. It is 224 pages, 9”x12”, full-color on premium glossy stock, hardbound with dust jacket.
A Standard Edition copy of the book is available for only $45.00 plus postage.
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A Special Edition version of the book was available, limited to just 100 copies, for $65.00. These are presented in a pink slipcase with white stamped lettering, with a bookplate signed and numbered by author Daniel Zimmer affixed to the front endpaper.
ABOVE: The Special Edition comes in a pink slipcase.
ABOVE: The Special Edition features a signed and numbered book plate.
Born in 1906, Jon Whitcomb was one of the most important magazine illustrators in American illustration history. Known for his graphic and sophisticated slick magazine work, his glamorous illustrations were featured in such publications as Collier's, Good Housekeeping, McCall's, Ladies' Home Journal, Cosmopolitan, and many others. As a founder of the legendary Cooper Studio, his impact on the profession was widespread as the Cooper style led the industry. He also shared his techniques with others as a founding member of the Famous Artists School. This spectacular new book features over 300 of Whitcomb's illustrations, along with rare photographs, drawings, original paintings, and tear sheets.