Who is the greatest illustrators of all time?
- Charles M. Schultz.
- Richard Corben. As one of the lesser-known illustrators listed here, Corben is the kind of guy whose work abounds in popular culture and is instantly recognizable, even if you don’t know the name.
- H.R. Geiger.
- William Blake.
- Maurice Sendak.
When did the golden age of illustration end?
American illustration was following on the heels of British illustration, and as innovations in printing and design made their way across the pond, American illustrators such as N.C. Wyeth, Maxfield Parrish, and Norman Rockwell contributed to the Golden Age until its end in the early 20th century.
What techniques did Rackham use?
Arthur Rackham’s technique resembled photographic reproduction; he would sketch an outline of his drawing, and then lightly block in shapes and details. Afterwards he would add lines in pen and India ink, removing the pencil traces after it had dried.
What books did Arthur Rackham illustrate?
His illustrations for many classics followed including Alice In Wonderland (1907), Gulliver’s Travels (1909), Aesop’s Fables (1912), A Christmas Carol (1915), King Arthur (1917) Cinderella (1919), Sleepy Hollow (1928), The Night Before Christmas (1931), Hans Andersen (1932), The Pied Pier of Hamelin (1934) and Poe’s
Art History Final Project: The Lantern Bearers by Maxfield Parrish
ART WORKS BY MAXFIELD PARRISH
Art Class, Maxfield Parrish, with EJ Gold