Illustration Magazine covers the history of illustration art
in America, and returns with another full-color issue, packed with fantastic
reproductions of vintage original art. Artists featured this time include: '50s
paperback cover illustrator Robert Maguire, best known for his sexy femme
fatales and art noir covers (profiled by Gary Lovisi, editor of Paperback
Parade magazine and author of The Sexy Digests), Eugene Iverd,
Saturday Evening Post cover artist of the 1920s and '30s (profiled by Dr.
Donald Stolz, founder of the Norman Rockwell Museum in Philadelphia), and Al
Parker, perhaps one of the most influential figures in American illustration in
the '50s and '60s, profiled by Dan Zimmer. The issue also includes a book review
section, a calendar of events, and much more. Printed on the finest paper stocks
with art-book quality reproductions.
In Shops: May 15, 2002
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