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  • Issue #6
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    Illustrating and Cartooning (1922) are instructional manuals designed to help you develop your artistic talent. These manuals were produced by the Federal Schools Inc. Each booklet, titled Divisions, teaches a different course in illustrating and cartooning. Division 1 includes drawing in outline, the human framework, chalk talk and drawing the horse and dog. 80 pages, B&W, 8.25-in. x 11-in.

  • Issue #7
    Illustrating and Cartooning (1922) 7

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    Illustrating and Cartooning (1924) are instructional manuals designed to help you develop your artistic talent. These manuals were produced by the Federal Schools Inc. Each booklet, titled Divisions, teaches a different course in illustrating and cartooning. Division 7 includes cartoon sketching in charcoal, caricature of individuals and types, from life and prints, letter construction and card writing and sign making. 80 pages, B&W, 8.25-in. x 11-in.

  • Issue #8
    Illustrating and Cartooning (1922) 8

    Illustrating and Cartooning (1923) are instructional manuals designed to help you develop your artistic talent. These manuals were produced by the Federal Schools Inc. Each booklet, titled Divisions, teaches a different course in illustrating and cartooning. Division 8 includes magazine illustrations, how to compose and illustration, brush line rendering, sense and nonsense and flower studies. 80 pages, B&W, 8.25-in. x 11-in.

  • Issue #9
    Illustrating and Cartooning (1922) 9

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    Illustrating and Cartooning (1922) are instructional manuals designed to help you develop your artistic talent. These manuals were produced by the Federal Schools Inc. Each booklet, titled Divisions, teaches a different course in illustrating and cartooning. Division 9 includes wash drawings for illustrations, tone in caricature, combination of pencil and wash, serious crayon presentation and reproduction processes. 80 pages, B&W, 8.25-in. x 11-in.

  • Issue #10
    Illustrating and Cartooning (1922) 10

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    Illustrating and Cartooning (1923) are instructional manuals designed to help you develop your artistic talent. These manuals were produced by the Federal Schools Inc. Each booklet, titled Divisions, teaches a different course in illustrating and cartooning. Division 10 includes comics with illustration, animals in cartoon, animals in chalk talk, pets and animal cutouts. 80 pages, B&W, 8.25-in. x 11-in.

  • Issue #11
    Illustrating and Cartooning (1922) 11

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    Illustrating and Cartooning (1923) are instructional manuals designed to help you develop your artistic talent. These manuals were produced by the Federal Schools Inc. Each booklet, titled Divisions, teaches a different course in illustrating and cartooning. Division 11 includes animated art, mechanics of animation, and special days. 80 pages, B&W, 8.25-in. x 11-in.

  • Issue #12
    Illustrating and Cartooning (1922) 12

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    Illustrating and Cartooning (1923) are instructional manuals designed to help you develop your artistic talent. These manuals were produced by the Federal Schools Inc. Each booklet, titled Divisions, teaches a different course in illustrating and cartooning. Division 12 includes pretty girl types, city and rural types, and animal illustrations. 80 pages, B&W, 8.25-in. x 11-in.

  • Issue #1
    Illustrating and Cartooning Instruction Course 1

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    Book 1 in a popular correspondence art course offered by Art Instruction, Inc., Minneapolis, MN. 44 pages including covers, black and white on glossy paper stock, 8.5-in. x 13.5-in. Edition copyrighted 1953. NOTE: Due to the nature of these item they may or may not include reference graphs. The grade and price of the item is unaffected by the inclusion, or excluson of these graphs.

  • Issue #1A
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 1A
  • Issue #1B
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 1B

    2008 reissue. Written by Bill Vann, Dan Zimmer, Piet Schreuders, Kent Steine, and Todd Hignite. Art by Haddon H. Sundblom, James Avati, and Jack Faragasso. Expanded and revised version of Illustration #1. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 64 pgs, full color. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #2A
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 2A

    Featuring The Art of Norman Blaine Saunders, Frank Frazetta's Little Miracles, an interview with Russ Cochran, and more. 68 pages, full color. Cover price $7.00.

  • Issue #2B
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 2B

    2009 Reissue. Writing by David Saunders, David Winiewicz, Dan Zimmer, M. Todd Hignite, Alfred Jan, Walker A. Martin, Matt Zimmer, and Reid Stewart Austin. Art by Norman Saunders, Frank Frazetta, and Perry Peterson. Revised and expanded version of Illustration #2. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 80 pgs, text w/ PC/PB&W illustrations. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #3A
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 3A

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  • Issue #3BP
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 3BP

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    2009 Reissue. Still in Polybag. Written by Gary Lovisi, Donald Stoltz, Jean Sakumura, Lynda J. Farquhar. Art by Robert Maguire, Eugene Iverd. Expanded and revised edition of the original 3rd issue. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 80 pgs, text w/ full color illustrations. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #3BU
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 3BU

    2009 Reissue. Written by Gary Lovisi, Donald Stoltz, Jean Sakumura, Lynda J. Farquhar. Art by Robert Maguire, Eugene Iverd. Expanded and revised edition of the original 3rd issue. 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 80 pgs, text w/ full color illustrations. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #4
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 4

    Features include Sam Savitt: Painter, Author, Teacher & Horseman and Stanley Meltzoff: Metamorphoses of a Picture Maker. 52 pages, full color. Cover price $9.00.

  • Issue #6
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 6

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    This issue marks the beginning of a new format for Illustration. At 100 pages, perfect- bound and printed in full color, this new format more closely resembles a quality art book than a magazine. Ushering in our new era is a special issue-long profile on one of the most important and prolific illustrators of the late-20th century, Robert Peak. Peak completely revolutionized advertising in the film industry in the 1960s, and transformed the approach to movie advertising from basic collages of film stills or head shots to flamboyant artistic illustrations. His innovative poster design for West Side Story in 1961 ? painting characters and scenes into a single montage ? became the first of over 100 such posters, among them My Fair Lady, Camelot, Rollerball, Star Trek, Superman, and Apocalypse Now and earned Peak the title "Father of the Modern Movie Poster." Peak's 45 covers for Time Magazine (most notably the portrait of Mother Teresa), and numerous other commercial assignments redefined the look of illustration in the '60s and '70s, and influenced contemporary illustrators more than anyone since J.C. Leyendecker or Al Parker. No other book on Peak exists in print today, and this volume is essential for the library of any serious student of contemporary illustration art. (Illustration Magazine) Magazine, 100pg, FC$9.00 Cover price $9.00.

  • Issue #7
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 7

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    This new issue features a long article on legendary film poster illustrator of the 1950s, Reynold Brown. Best known for his horror and science fiction movie posters (classics such as Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman, The Incredible Shrinking Man, and This Island Earth), this article showcases some of the many facets of this incredible illustrator and offers a sneak preview of the content of the upcoming book The Art of Reynold Brown. Also featured this issue is a look at the many illustrators of the Revell model kit boxes, with dozens of reproductions of original model kit paintings; an article on master illustrator Frank E. Schoonover; and a look at the artwork created for turn-of-the-century sheet music. Also features a list of current exhibitions and events, a book review section, and more! (Illustration Magazine) Magazine, 80pg, FC$9.00 Cover price $9.00.

  • Issue #8
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 8

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    This new issue features a revealing article on pulp and pin-up illustrator Ernest "Darcy" Chiriacka, one of the last living artists to have worked in the pulps! Over 50 reproductions from his original artwork are shown in full color, unseen since their original publication. Also featured is the work of paperback and comic cover illustrator William George, featuring dozens of reproductions from his original art. An article on the Dell Mapbacks and airbrush illustrator Gerald Gregg follows. Plus, a look at the many illustrators of the Aurora model kit boxes rounds out the issue. Also featured is a list of current exhibitions and events, and book review section! (Illustration Magazine) Magazine, 80pg, FC$9.00 Cover price $9.00.

  • Issue #10
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 10

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    This new issue features an extensive article on illustrator Rafael DeSoto, known for his covers for The Spider, Black Mask, and hundreds of other classic pulp magazine covers. The article features over 100 reproductions taken directly from the original art, as well as an extensive gallery of pulp covers reproduced from mint condition printer's proof sheets of the magazine covers. This is the most definitive treatment ever published on this legendary artist. This issue also features the work of Robert Bonfils, known for his sexy paperback covers for sleaze publisher Greenleaf/Phoenix Press, for whom he painted well over 1000 covers; and Mitchell Hooks, member of the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame and a prolific illustrator of everything from paperbacks to slick magazines. Last up is an article on the lurid war paperbacks of Horwitz publishing, an Australian outfit known for their outrageous and controversial exploitation novels featuring scenes of torture and domination. Each issue also features a list of current exhibitions and events, a book review section, and much more! (Illustration Magazine) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 80pg, FC$9.00 Cover price $9.00.

  • Issue #11
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 11

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    Covered in this profusely-illustrated issue: 1) Men's Adventure Magazines in Postwar America: The Rich Oberg Collection; 2) The Devil in Design: The Krampus Postcards; and 3) Larry Admire, Star of Pulp World. Cover price $9.00.

  • Issue #12
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 12

    Illustration magazine returns with another spectacular issue, lavishly printed in full-color on the highest quality glossy paper stocks. Featured on the cover and inside are the works of legendary illustrator Harry Anderson, known for his breathtaking gouache and watercolor paintings featured on the covers of slick magazines throughout the 1940s and 1950s. Also featured this issue is a long article on R.G. Harris, another slick illustrator from that era. Neither of these illustrators have ever been discussed so extensively in any other publication, and the stunning reproductions of original paintings will take your breath away. Also included are book reviews, and a guide to events and exhibitions and much more! (Illustration Magazine) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 90pgs, FC$9.00 Cover price $9.00.

  • Issue #13
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 13

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    Featured on the cover and inside are the works of legendary illustrator Alex Schomburg, known for his groundbreaking comic book covers, and for his slick science fiction magazine cover illustrations. The article is profusely illustrated with scores of never- before-seen artworks, sketches and photographs. Rounding out the issue is an extensive feature on W.T. Benda, known for his exquisite theater masks, and pastel paintings of glamourous women. Also included are book reviews, and a guide to events and exhibitions and much more! (Illustration Magazine) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 8x11, 80pgs, FCSRP: $9.00 Cover price $9.00.

  • Issue #14
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 14

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    Featured on the cover and inside are the works of legendary illustrator John W. Scott, known primarily for his violent and sadistic pulp magazine covers of the 1930s, and for his later career as a slick magazine artist. The article is profusely illustrated with scores of never-before-seen artwork, rare magazine covers, and photographs. His work for the terror pulps is so deranged and violent that the images are still shocking today! Also featured this issue is the work of A. Leslie Ross, most famous for his pulp illustrations and magazine covers. The article features beautiful reproductions of rare original paintings and scores of pulp and paperback covers drawn from the artist's personal archives. Rounding out the issue are book reviews, a guide to events and exhibitions, and much more! (Illustration Magazine) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 8x11, 80pgs, FCSRP: $9.00 Cover price $9.00.

  • Issue #15
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 15

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    This issue features James Bama, noted illustrator of the Doc Savage paperbacks, Aurora monster model kit boxes, and men's adventure magazines. This article features a thorough checklist of Bama's published works, as well as scores of beautiful reproductions taken directly from his classic original paintings. The second feature is on master illustrator and famed pin-up artist, Charles Showalter. This eye-opening feature is filled with breathtaking original advertising pieces drawn from the Coca-Cola archives and Showalter's personal files from over 60 years of work. The final feature concerns the work of Jack Potter, a slick magazine illustrator of the 50s and 60s whose Coca-Cola advertisements are widely collected today, and features reproductions of most of his extant original paintings. (Illustration Magazine) (CAUT: 4) Magazine, 80pgs, FCSRP: $9.00 Cover price $9.00.

  • Issue #16
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 16
  • Issue #17
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 17

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    This month features a long article on John R. Neill, known for his fantastic pen and ink illustrations for the numerous Oz books. Painter Harvey T. Dunn is also featured in this issue. (Illustration Magazine) (C: 0-1-2) Magazine, 80pgs, FCSRP: $9.00 Cover price $9.00.

  • Issue #18
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 18

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    Featured on the cover and inside are the works of legendary illustrator Allen Anderson, best known for his Planet Stories pulp magazine covers. The article is written by David Saunders, and is profusely illustrated with scores of never-before-seen artworks and pulp covers. Also featured In this issue is the second part of the series on the Cooper Studios, by Neil Shapiro, focused on the work of Murray Tinkelman. Rounding out the issue is an extensive story on Louis Glanzman, known for his many paperback covers and magazine illustrations. Also included are book reviews, a guide to events and exhibitions, and much more! (Illustration Magazine) (C: 0-1-2) Magazine, 80pgs, FCSRP: $10.00 Cover price $10.00.

  • Issue #19
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 19

    Featured on the cover and inside are the works of Louis Glanzman, known for his hundreds of paperback covers and magazine illustrations. The issue also includes an extensive feature on pulp artist Ed Emshwiller (EMSH), and the great magazine illustrator Arthur Sarnoff. Also included are book reviews, a guide to events and exhibitions, and much more! Cover price $10.00.

  • Issue #20
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 20

    The works of Jim Flora, best known for his hundreds of incredible jazz record illustrations, is the subject of this month's cover story with an article that presents the inside scoop on the re-discovery of his work with the publication of the new book, The Curiously Sinister Art of Jim Flora, by Irwin Chusid. The issue also includes an extensive feature on the art of Andrew Loomis, best known for his classic drawing books, and the work of magazine illustrator Andy Virgil. Also included are book reviews, a guide to events and exhibitions, and much more! Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #21
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 21

    Gustaf Tenggren - the Swedish artist best known for his work on Walt Disney's features Snow White and Pinocchio - is the subject of an in-depth feature with over 80 full-color illustrations from every phase of his long career. Mary rare and little-seen book illustrations are featured, as well as many productions shot from the original artwork. Also featured in this issue of Illustration is the work of legendary magazine illustrator Al Parker, the father of contemporary illustration. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #22
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 22

    The latest issue of Illustration features the most extensive article ever published concerning the pulp art of Frederick Blakeslee, best-known for his brilliant cover work in the aviation pulps of the 1930's and 40's. Noted pulp historian David Saunders explores Blakeslee's work in depth, with over 100 full-color reproductions from every phase of his long career. Also featured in this issue is the work of magazine illustrator Morton Roberts, a wonderful painter who died tragically long. Rounding out the issue is a feature on The Merrill Company Publishers and the discovery and salvation of their archives containing over 600 original paintings originally made for the covers of childrens books from the 1940's and 50's. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #23
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 23

    Dave Stevens In Memoriam page. This issue features an extensive look at the magazine story illustration of Dean Cornwell, "The Dean of Illustrators." Scores of reproductions from his original paintings are included. Also featured in this issue is the work of Cooper Studio artist Murray Tinkelman, whose meticulous line drawings have been world famous for decades. Rounding out the issue is an article on Constantin Alajalov, artist for The New Yorker and The Saturday Evening Post, among others. Also included are the usual book reviews, plus a run down of the latest exhibitions and events related to illustration history. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #24
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 24

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    This special edition issue of Illustration features an extensive look at the life and work of Mort Kunstler, featuring highlights from every facet of his long career. From paperbacks, pulps and adventure magazines, to Aurora model kits, slicks, and his recent work illustrating events from the Civil War, Mort is one of the most prolific and important illustrators from the last fifty years. The issue also features a look at Mort Kunstler the collector, with a special tour of his personal art collection. Also included are book reviews, and a run down of the latest exhibitions and events related to illustration history. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #25
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 25

    The new issue of Illustration is a celebration of the fabulous pulp magazines of the 20s, 30s and 40s. The first story features an extensive look at the pulp and paperback illustrations of Rudolph Belarski. Dozens of reproductions from his original paintings and rarely seen, mint-condition proof sheets are included. Also featured in this issue is the work of Weird Tales artist Hugh Rankin, known for his fantastic pen and ink illustrations. Rounding out the issue is an in-depth feature on Gloria Stoll, one of the few female artists to have worked in the pulp illustration field. This feature showcases dozens of mint-condition proof sheets, and beautiful original artwork photographed from the artist's personal collection. Also included are the usual book reviews, and a run down of the latest exhibitions and other events related to illustration history. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #26
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 26

    This issue of Illustration features the spectacular pulp artwork of Graves Gladney, most famous for his covers for The Shadow magazine. The extensive feature showcases many original Shadow paintings, shot directly from the original art, and presented in full-page reproductions. Most of these paintings have not been reproduced in any other book or magazine for over fifty years, and will be new to even the most jaded pulp art aficionado. The second major feature is on the work of Sandy Kossin, famous for his many paperback and magazine illustrations. Finally, children's artist Nan Pollard displays the paper doll and color book illustrations that made her a legend in the field. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #27
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 27

    Illustration is a beautiful, educational, and scholarly magazine devoted to the history of American illustration art. Published quarterly and printed in full color, each issue features the highest quality printing, photography and color reproductions of original art available anywhere. For those with an interest in popular culture, commercial art and design, publishing history, comic books, paperbacks, pulp magazines, or collecting original art, this is the best source for new information on the illustrators of the past. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #28
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 28

    Illustration is a beautiful, educational, and scholarly magazine devoted to the history of American illustration art. Published quarterly and printed in full color, each issue features the highest quality printing, photography and color reproductions of original art available anywhere. For those with an interest in popular culture, commercial art and design, publishing history, comic books, paperbacks, pulp magazines, or collecting original art, this is the best source for new information on the illustrators of the past. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #29
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 29

    This issue of Illustration features the spectacular art of Ellen B.T. Pyle, best known for her beautiful covers for the Saturday Evening Post in the 1930s and 40s. Plus, spotlights on Edwin Georgi, William Meade Prince, and tons of archival photos, drawings, studies, and rare original paintings. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #30
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 30

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    Illustration is a beautiful, educational, and scholarly magazine devoted to the history of American illustration art. Published quarterly and printed in full color, each issue features the highest quality printing, photography and color reproductions of original art available anywhere. For those with an interest in popular culture, commercial art and design, publishing history, comic books, paperbacks, pulp magazines, or collecting original art, this is the best source for new information on the illustrators of the past. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #31
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 31

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    This issue of Illustration features the spectacular art of J. Frederick Smith, best known for his sexy editorial illustrations for Esquire, Collier's, and many more fiction magazines of the 40s and 50s. Smith later became a noted glamour photographer, shooting many Playboy centerfolds and other fashion oriented subjects. Also featured is illustrator J. Fleming Gould, known best for his black-and-white interior illustrations for numerous pulp and men's adventure magazines, and an overview of the history of Schoonover Studios, filled with unpublished photographs, as well as gorgeous illustrations from many Schoonover studio artists. Plus, numerous book reviews, exhibitions, and events round out the issue. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #32
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 32

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    This issue features the spectacular artwork of Herbert Morton Stoops, best known for his pulp covers from the 1920s to 1940s. Also featured is illustrator and agent extraordinaire Ed Balcourt, known best for his paperback cover illustrations of the 1950s and 1960s. Book reviews, exhibition reports, and events round out the issue. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #33
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 33

    Explore the spectacular science-fiction artwork of Jack Gaughan, best-known for his paperback book and magazine covers of the 1950's and 1960's, with a preview of Luis Ortiz's upcoming book on Gaughan, Outermost, from Nonstop Press. All profiled is legendary illustrator Tom Lovell, best-known for his magazine interiors and cover illustrations. Finally, Walt Reed, author of The Illustrator In America and the first dealer in original illustration art, is interviewed. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #34
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 34

    Jeffrey Catherine Jones In Memoriam page. This issue contains an epic look at prolific painter Tom Lovell and a sizable gallery of his works, as well as a featurette on Nino Carbé. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #35
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 35

    This issue of Illustration features the pulp art of Joe Szokoli, perhaps best known for overpainting a few dozen of H.J. Ward's original pulp paintings. Next up we feature illustrator Rose O'Neill, well known for her Kewpie illustrations. Our final feature is on the legendary Walt Reed, founder of The Illustration House Gallery, and author of the seminal book The Illustrator In America. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #36
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 36

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    This issue of Illustration features the spectacular art of John Berkey, best known for his science fiction book covers, advertising, and movie poster images. His images of space craft have influenced film makers and industrial designers for the past 40 years. Also featured is illustrator Harry Clarke, perhaps best known for his fantastic and macabre book illustrations. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #37
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 37

    (W/A) Various This issue of Illustration features the sexy pin-up and science fiction art of H. W. McCauley, showcasing numerous examples of his original art, printed covers, and rare, previously unpublished photographs. Plus, Elaine Duillo, the legendary romance paperback cover illustrator who made Fabio a household name, and Coby Whitmore, famous for his spectacular slick magazine illustrations of the 40s and 50s, round out this issue. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #38
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 38

    (W/A) Various This issue of Illustration features the spectacular art of Jon Whitcomb, best known for his fantastic and influential magazine illustrations of the 1940s and '50s. Next up we feature the second part of our series on Australian illustrator Norman Lindsay, and his adventures in American illustration. Our final feature is on the art of William Teason, known best for his mystery paperback book covers of the '60s and '70s, particularly his Alfred Hitchcock series. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #39
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 39

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    (W/A) Various This issue features Pete Hawley and the Jantzen Years from the Golden Era of Magazine advertising. Next up is a rare feature on master illustrator Heinrich Kley including dozens of rare full color works. Finally, William Ira Teason, best known for his influential series of Agatha Christie paperback book covers in the 1960s. Cover price $15.00.

  • Issue #40
    Illustration Magazine (2002 1st Series) 40

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    (W/A) Various This issue features the lurid and sensational men's adventure illustration of Bruce Minney. The feature showcases numerous examples of rare original artwork, printed covers, and previously unpublished photographs. Next up we feature the work of Norman Lindsay, our second feature on the legendary Australian artist. Our final feature concerns the work of George Stavarinos, a brilliant and influential illustrator from the 80s whose life was cut tragically short. Cover price $15.00.