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American illustration

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Illustration:Magazine, JOSEPH CHRISTIAN LEYENDECKER (American, 1874-1951). Going South,The Saturday Evening Post cover, October 19, 1935. Oil ...(Total: 2 Items) Image #1

JOSEPH CHRISTIAN LEYENDECKER (American, 1874-1951) Going South, The Saturday Evening Post cover, October 19, 1935 Oil - Available at 2015 May 2 American Art...

Tom Haugomat — Handsome Frank Illustration Agency

If ever there was an illustrator who's images we'd like to climb inside of, it would be Tom Haugomat's. Often inspired by nature, the outdoors and the rose tinted spectacles of the past, Tom depicts moments in time that you wish you'd existed within. His use of light and a pastel cooler palette makes his work is reminiscent of American illustration from the 1950's and ‘60s. Using light as a tool for picking out specific detail, he casts beams upon cigarette smoke, snowy hilltops and windows…

Bal Nègre. 1927. Paul Colin Mon Amour. 1025. René Vincent… - В город Изумрудный идём дорогой трудной — LiveJournal

Bal Nègre. 1927. Paul Colin Mon Amour. 1025. René Vincent Folies Bergère / Féerie-Revue. ca. 1907. Maurice Biais The Rolling Stones American Tour 1972 The Pilgrim / Pay Day. ca. 1923. Anonymous Bonbonnière & Eremitage. ca. 1920. Walter Schnackenberg От http://rare-posters.tumblr.com/ Rosa…

Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration - Norman Rockwell Museum - The Home for American Illustration

Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration June 12 through October 31, 2021 Fictional worlds of magic and adventure come to life through fantasy illustration. Myths, legends, fables, romance, and epic battles involving swords and sorcery occur in a world unfamiliar

ILLUSTRATION ART BLOG.  SHOWN: EMPOWERING THE PENCIL - AN AWESOME POST FEATURING MIDCENTURY WORK BY AUSTIN BRIGGS, RENE BOUCHE, ETC.  #ILLUSTRATION #ART

In the mid-20th century, American illustration witnessed an explosion in lush, impressionistic pencil drawing. Assignments that would previously have been completed in paint or ink were now handled in pencil or charcoal by a remarkable group of illustrators who worked with a sensitive, expressive line. These included the great Carl Erickson (known as "Eric"): Austin Briggs: Note the broad variety of lines in this simple drawing Briggs employs a slender outline for the figure,contrasted with…