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Telling tales: Susan Owens admires Gustave Moreau's unsettling illustrations of La Fontaine's Fables. Owens, Susan Sep 1, 2021 1146
A NOTE ABOUT THE COVER. Carney, Michael Dec 22, 2020 417
Inspiring writing: Bridging the gap between Art and Literacy in the classroom. Vanderburg, Robert; Lovett, Nicholas; Sailor, Nicholas; Halpin, Benjamin Oct 1, 2019 1679
Try a Little Kindness. Osterer, Irv Jan 1, 2019 561
Maira Kalman: JULIE SAUL GALLERY. Frankel, David Nov 1, 2017 719
Colorful Illustrations In Piano Method Books A Pilot Project Investigating Eye Focus. Comeau, Gilles Report Mar 22, 2017 9176
Unnoticed and Unusual: An Illustration in a Manuscript of John Lydgate's Fall of Princes. Drimmer, Sonja Critical essay Jan 1, 2017 3083
"Antonio Lopez: Future Funk Fashion". Pritchard, Eric Darnell Brief article May 1, 2016 190
The digital reunification of a 17th-century Ramayana manuscript from Mewar. Ahluwalia, Roda Sep 1, 2015 2241
Performance spaces in Thomas Chaundler's Liber apologeticus. Tiner, Elza C. Critical essay Jan 1, 2015 6670
Hailing one of the original "Mad Men". Nov 1, 2014 1009
Modernity's "New Women": visual culture and gender play in 1890s Australia. Tanner, Claire Essay Nov 1, 2011 11951
Manitobans as they saw 'em--1909. Goldsborough, Gordon Essay Sep 22, 2010 1996
Swatch watch in school. Osterer, Irv Jun 1, 2010 536
Moon wheel. Brief article Mar 1, 2010 107
Andrea Bowers. Brief article Dec 1, 2008 137
The Circus, 1870-1950. Mobilio, Albert Oct 1, 2008 325
The art of romance. May 1, 2006 546
Dinotopia: lost island and forgotten civilization: an extraordinary place where humans and dinosaurs live in harmony comes to life in this enchanting exhibition of one of the country's foremost fantasy illustrators. May 1, 2006 629
The art of exploration: National Geographic's illustrators "serve as trusted interpreters of complex information with images that astound and delight, allowing readers to see things that never actually could be observed without an artist's intervention.". May 1, 2006 542
Illustrations of life: Norman Rockwell's contract with Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. led to 81 pieces of art. Panko, Ron Feb 1, 2006 546
The Art of The New Yorker: the 80-year-old magazine "is the only remaining wide-circulation publication that still relies on freestanding illustrated covers.". Sep 1, 2005 720
Saul Steinberg revisited. Osterer, Irv Mar 1, 2005 481
Dark and light: the strange case of the decline of illustration. Glaser, Milton Aug 1, 2004 1628
Drawing new conclusions about illustration art: despite high visibility, low price-points and mass appeal, illustration art is still under many collectors' radar. Sherman, Jenny Jun 1, 2004 1996
Brunnier highlights "Main Street" collaboration. Brief Article Jun 1, 2004 222
The Red Rose Girls: An Uncommon Story of Art and Love. May 1, 2004 991
Women in Illustration: Contemporary Visions and Voices. May 1, 2004 536
Freedom: Norman Rockwell's Vermont Years. (Focus on America). Aug 1, 2003 517
Vamps, Villains and Victors on view in Brooklyn. Brief Article Jul 1, 2003 222
Independence artist's top assest. Lusty, Terry Apr 1, 1999 596
History of book illustration: 29 points of view. Book Review Mar 22, 1996 432

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