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illustrators issue 17

Features in issue 17 include:

Mort Künstler: acclaimed US Civil War artist and the master at plunging viewers into the heart of the action;
Gustave Doré: meet one of the world's most influential illustrators;
Zac Retz: enjoy the charm and romance of his whimsical art;
Francisco Coching: the King of Filipino comics
plus our regular features including The Bookshelf and Letters.

More like a book than a magazine, illustrators is the art quarterly devoted to the finest illustration art ever published. It guides you through the stories behind the artists and their art, with features written by some of the leading authorities on this important art form.

As well as building into an indispensable reference library, illustrators gives readers an insight into the creative process, from idea to sketch to painting, and from painting to the image seen by millions.

Truly fabulous artwork abounds in every issue, much of the art taken from scans of the original work.

Authors: Diego Cordoba, Peter Richardson; edited by Peter Richardson
Artists: Mort Knstler, Gustave Dor, Zac Retz, Francisco Coching
Publisher: Book Palace Books, Winter 2017 First Edition
Number of pages: 96
Format: Soft Cover; Full Colour illustrations
Size: 9" x 11" (216mm x 280mm)
ISBN: 9781907081392

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