the latest volume in our series highlighting the great American illustrators. This lavishly illustrated book covers every aspect of this important artist’s career with authoritative articles, hundreds of incredible full color illustrations and rarely seen photographs. One of America’s best known magazine illustrators from the 1940’s to the 1960’s, Al Parker was an innovator, a trend setter and a constant experimenter.
“If history teaches us anything, it’s that the name Al Parker is Magic.”
ILLUSTRATION HOUSE, New York
“While the rest of us are working knee-deep in a groove (Al Parker is) forever changing and improving.”
Introduction by Kit Parker.
Texts by Stephanie Haboush Plunkett, David Apatoff and Leif Peng.
208 pages of color illustrations, some from originals, on glossy stock. 9" x 12", hardcover with dust jacket.
I AM NOW ACCEPTING PRE-ORDERS FOR OUR NEW BOOK ON AL PARKER.
IF YOU ORDER DURING NOVEMBER AND
DECEMBER I WILL INCLUDE A FREE PRINT AND PROVIDE FREE USPS MEDIA MAIL SHIPPING FOR U.S. RESIDENTS.
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Albert Dorne: Master Illustrator is the latest addition to Auad Publishing's Famous Illustrators series. It's a worthy successor to our best-selling Robert Fawcett: The Illustrator's Illustrator, and fans of that book are in for another treat as we present the first book about Dorne, the reknowned artist responsible for the Famous Artists' School.
The introduction is by Howard Munce, a truely great illustrator and teacher who knew Dorne Personally.
Echoing the Fawcett book, David Apatoff writes the text, further solidifyig his position as one of the foremost historians of the Golden Age of magazine illustration.
The book also contains a preface by Apatoff and "Memories of My Father", an affectionate and very insightful tribute to her father by Barbara Dorne Bullas. As a small filip of further testament to Dorne's place in the illustration firmament, Jack Davis contributes a graphic Foreword.
All this in service to the 160 pages of color illustrations, some from originals, on glossy stock. 9" x 12", hardcover with dust jacket. Price is $34.95 plus shipping and handling.
FRANK BRANGWYN, R. A.:
THE WAY OF THE CROSS
Auad Publishing is privileged and honored to reprint these interpretation of The Way of the Cross by special permission from David Brangwyn.
It was first published in 1935 by Hodder & Stoughton in a Deluxe limited 250 copies with a commentary by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. This reprint will be a very limited number especially designed portfolio with a 4 page essay by Dr. Libby Horner from England who is considered the world’s leading authority on this artist.
This edition is limited to 700 numbered plus 50 copies hors commerce (I to L). The plates measure 11x14” and printed in letterpress on Teton 80 lb. stock by D.T. Printing in, San Francisco with a sturdy portfolio-box by Regent Publishing Services Ltd.
Portfolio, 20 plates, 11" x 14", $64.95 plus S&H: $10.00 via USPS Priority Mail. Overseas cost will vary depending the country and will be shipped enclosed in a padded envelope inside a hard cardboard for extra protection.
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