Arts Illustration Historic Illustrators
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This category lists pages and sites that offer information about artists who contributed to the development of illustration art.
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Abbey, Edwin Austin
(1852-1911). An illustrated biography of the painter and illustrator. Includes a portrait of Abbey by John Singer Sargent.
Alajalov, Constantin
(1900-1987). Brief information about an artist who painted covers for the "New Yorker" and the "Saturday Evening Post".
Allingham, Hellen (1848-1926)
Brief biography about an illustrator who began doing black and white illustrations for children's books and later turned to watercolour painting. Includes links to related information.
Anderson, Anne (1874-194?)
Illustrated biography of an illustrator of the Art Nouveau movement.
Anderson, Harry
(1906-1996). Illustrated biography of an artist who did commercial assignments and story illustrations for the major magazines in the United States. He also painted religious subjects.
Anning Bell, Robert (1863-1933)
Brief biography and links to related information about a painter and illustrator important in the development of art nouveau in Britain.
Artzybasheff, Boris
(1899-1965). An illustrated biography of a Russian artist who emigrated to the United States and contributed to magazines such as "Time" and "Life magazine".
Attwell, Mabel Lucie (1879-1964)
Illustrated biography with a list of her illustrated books and contributions to magazines.
Barclay, McClelland
(1891-1943). A magazine cover and biographic information of an editorial and advertising illustrator.
Barker, Cicely Mary
(1895-1973). Children's book illustrator who worked mostly in watercolor with pen-and-ink. Influeced by the Pre-Raphaelites. Biography with some illustrations.
Barney, Maginel Wright Enright
(1881-1966). Biography with some illustrations, among them three "Woman's World" magazine covers.
Bauer, John
(1882-1917). An illustrated biography of the Swedish artist that treated fantasy and fairy tales subjects with a classical approach.
Belarski, Rudolph
(1900-1983). Biography with one illustration of a creator of paperback detective and science-fiction images.
Bennett, Harriet
Active: 1877-1897. Brief biographical note, and some illustrations.
Birket Foster, Myles (1825-1899)
Brief biography and links to related information about the landscape illustrator and watercolourist who worked for the "Illustrated London News" and contributed to many poetry books.
Booth, Franklin
(1874-1948). An illustrated biography of the pen and ink artist with an approach inspired by wood engraving.
Bowerley, Amelia (?-1916)
Brief biography of an illustrator in the art nouveau style.
Brangwyn, Frank
(1867-1956). An illustrated essay about an artist who began working for William Morris and made outstanding etchings, watercolours and murals.
Brickdale, Eleanor Fortescue (1871-1945)
Brief biography and links to related information about the oil and watercolour painter and book illustrator.
Brundage, Frances
(1854-1937). She illustrated for books, paper dolls, postcards, valentines, prints, trade cards and calendars. Biography and illustrations.
Burd, Clara Miller
Illustrated biography of an artist who illustrated children's books, magazine covers, painted portraits of children and also designed stained glass windows and mural decorations. She was active around 1900-1930s.
Burian, Zdenek
(1905-1981). An illustrated biography of an influential depicter of prehistoric life.
Carigiet, Alois
(1902-1985). Site dedicated to the first illustrator who won the Hans Christian Andersen Award for illustration.
Carter, Pruett
(1891-1955). A story illustration and a brief biography about the magazine illustrator.
Chambers, Charles Edward
(1883-1941). Biography of the illustrator who worked for major magazines and advertising assignments.
Clark, Walter Appleton
(1876-1906). An illustrated biography of the artist whose work appeared in "Scribner's", "Collier" and "Harpers" magazines.
Clarke, Harry
(1889-1931). An illustrated biography of the artist dedicated to book illustration and stained glass windows creation.
Coll, Joseph Clement
(1881-1921). An illustrated biography of a master of pen and ink who illustrated stories by Arthur Conan Doyle and Sax Rohmer among others.
Corbould, Richard (1757-1831)
Brief biography and links to related information about an illustrator specialized in wash drawing with ink details. First of a dynasty of painters and illustrators,
Cornwell, Dean
(1892-1960). An illustrated essay about the artist that made patriotic war posters and painted for advertising campaigns and popular magazines in the United States.
Craig, Frank
(1874-1918). An illustrated biography of a British artist who painted images for Kipling, Robert W. Chambers and others.
Crane, Walter (1845-1915)
Brief biography and links to related information about the children's book illustrator.
Dohanos, Stevan
(1907-1994). Short information and Saturday Evening Post cover illustration.
Duncan, John (1866-1945)
Brief biography of the illustrator and designer of murals and stained glass influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites, Celtic imagery and symbolism.
Dunn, Harvey
(1884-1952). An illustrated biography of the artist that studied under Howard Pyle and contributed to magazines such as "Scribner's" and "The Saturday Evening Post".
Edwards, Mary Ellen (1839-c.1910)
Brief biography of one of the most prolific illustrators of Victorian magazines and books.
Eggenhofer, Nick
(1897-1985). Brief biography of the illustrator specialized in western art.
Fawcett, Robert
(1903-1967). Brief biographical note with one story illustration.
Finlay, Virgil
(1914-1971). An illustrated biography of the artist whose drawings appeared in science-fiction and fantasy pulp magazines.
Flint, Sir William Russell
(1880-1970). An illustrated biography of the artist whose early work appeared in the "Illustrated London News". He painted scenes for "The Canterbury Tales" and "The Odyssey" among other books .
Ford, Henry Justice
Brief biography and links to related information about the illustrator of fairy books that shows a Pre-Raphaelite influence in his works.
Furniss, Harry (1854-1925)
Brief biography of the illustrator and caricaturist of the Victorian and Edwardian age.
Gaskin, Arthur J. (1862-1928)
Brief biography and links to related information about the illustrator, jewellery designer, silversmith and painter.
Gere, Charles March (1869-1957)
Brief biography and links to related information about an illustrator in the Pre-Raphaelite style.
Getz, Arthur
(1913-1996). The prolific cover artist of the New Yorker magazine who painted cityscapes and landscapes, drew political cartoons and wrote and illustrated children's books.
Gilbert, John (1817-1897)
Brief biography and links to related information about an illustrator that began as a black and white artist on wood working for "Punch" and the "Illustrated London News".
Goble, Warwick
(1862-1943). An illustrated essay about the illustrator of color plate books, with fantasy and fairy tales as main subjects.
Godwin, Frank
(1889-1959). An illustrated biography with images done for magazines, adventure books and comics.
Green, Elizabeth Shippen (1871-1954)
Biography of the illustrator who contributed to children's books and magazines such as "The Saturday Evening Post" and "Harper’s Weekly" among others.
Gross, Milt (1895-1953)
An illustrated biography.
Gutmann, Bessie Collins Pease
(1876-1960). Biography and illustrations of a children's books illustrator, best known for her art prints of children.
Gág, Wanda Hazel (1893-1946)
Illustrated biography of the illustrator of children’s books.
Hallock, Ruth Mary
Active 1903-1936. List of books illustrated and several illustrations.
Hardy, Paul (1862-?)
Brief information about the illustrator. Some of his better works appeared in Strand Magazine and the English Illustrated Magazine.
Havers, Alice (1850-1890)
Brief information and related links about the artist, who specialised in classical figure subjects and more sentimental genre subjects, among them Christmas cards.
Held Jr., John (1889-1958)
An illustrated biography of John Held Jr., the delineator of flappers and sheiks and the Roaring Twenties.
Hogarth, Burne (1911-1996)
An illustrated biography.
Holl, Frank (1845-1888)
Illustration and brief biography of one of the leading members of the school of Social Realism.
Houghton, Arthur Boyd (1836-1875)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Housman, Lawrence (1865-1959)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Hurter, Albert (1883-1942)
An illustrated biography.
Image, Selwyn (1849-1930)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Keller, Arthur I. (1866-1924)
An illustrated biography.
King, Jessie Marion (1875-1949)
Drawings and biographical information about the illustrator of medieval and fantasy subjects influenced by Art Noveau.
Kley, Heinrich (1863-1945)
Illustrated biography.
Krigstein, Bernie (1919-1990)
An illustrated biography.
Levetus, Celia (1874-1936)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Loomis, Andrew (1892-1959)
An illustrated biography of the illustrator, who also wrote influential art instruction books.
Lowell, Orson (1871-1956)
An illustrated biography.
Macbeth, Ann (1875-1948)
Brief information about the illustrator who also became an Arts an Crafts designer.
Millar, Harold Robert (1869-op. 1930s)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Milt Gross - Animation Art
2 illustrations from video. Sales.
Morris, William (1834-1896)
Brief biography of the founder of the Arts and Crafts movement.
Muckley, Louis Fairfax (1862-1926)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Newill, Mary J. (1860-1947)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Nielsen, Kay (1886-1957)
Brief illustrated biography with online references and links.
Oliver, Ellis Augustus (1873-1937), Philadelphia Artist.
Biography with illustrations written by his grandson.
Paget brothers
Brief information about Henry (1856-1936), Sidney (1860-1908) and Walter Paget (1863-1935).
Pape, Eric (1870-1938)
An illustrated biography, including a 1910 newspaper article.
Parker, Al (1906-1985)
Brief information and one of his magazine covers.
Partch, Virgil (1916-1984)
An illustrated biography of VIP, the darkly humorous creator of Big George and other cartoons for True, Colliers, Look, and for his own original compilations.
Paul, Evelyn (1870-1945)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Peacock, Ralph (1868-?)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Percy Crosby (1890-1964)
An illustrated biography, and book sales.
Petty, George (1894-1975)
An illustrated biography.
Phillips, Coles
An illustrated biography of the creator of the Phillips' girls, and of the fadeaway technique.
Pinwell, George John (1842-1875)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Ryland, Henry (1856-1924)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Sambrook, Russell
Biographical note and illustration.
Schoonover, Frank (1877-1972)
An illustrated biography.
Small, William (1843-1929)
Brief information.
Strang, William (1859-1921)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Stratton, Helen
Brief information.
Sullivan, Edmund Joseph (1869-1933)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Sumner, Heywood (1853-1940)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Vierge, Daniel (1851-1904)
Illustrated biography. Provides an explanation of the changes from wood engraving to photo engraving in illustration and the main influence of Vierge in this development.
Walker, Frederick (1840-1875)
Brief biography and links to related information.
Wheelwright, Roland (1870-1955)
Brief biography and links to related information.
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