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Reader’s Digest front and back cover, February 1950 Illustration by: James Milton Sessions James Milton Sessions (1882-1962) received his initial exposure to art from his mother, who was an accomplished artist. He trained at the Art Institute of Chicago from 1903-1906 and initially supported himself as a wheelsman aboard Great Lakes ships from 1906-1914, later serving in the Illinois Naval Reserve during World War I. He also worked as a commercial illustrator.

Reader’s Digest front and back cover, February 1960 Illustration: “Mountain Pool, Hawaii” by Frank McCarthy  Frank McCarthy was a prolific American artist and realist painter renowned for advertisements, magazine artwork, book covers, film posters, and paintings of the American West. He was born in New York City and studied at the Art Students League of New York and then attended the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. He began his art career as a commercial illustrator by opening his

Reader’s Digest front and back cover, May 1974 Illustration: “Western Pass” by Ren Wicks Wicks (1911-1997) did magazine illustrations for Esquire, Redbook, Saturday Evening Post, Coronet, and Reader’s Digest. He was also a prolific advertising artist, illustrating campaigns for Kotex, Edwards Coffee, and swimwear companies, as well as several calendars for casinos in the 1960s.

Reader’s Digest front and back cover, December 1959 Illustration by: Paul Calle Paul Calle (1928-2010) was an American artist who was best known for the designs he created for postage stamps, including 40 that were released by the United States Postal Service and others for stamps issued by the Federated States of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, Sweden, and the United Nations. He was hired by NASA to cover the Apollo 11 astronauts up close. Calle designed the 10-cent stamp that illustrat

Reader’s Digest front and back cover, July 1969 Illustration: “Fireworks on the Fourth” by Dean Ellis Dean Ellis was born in Detroit, Michigan and studied at the Cleveland School of Art and  the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts. He served as an infantryman in the Pacific during WWII and after the war he worked as an illustrator in Cleveland, Ohio while developing a reputation as a painter. He created numerous magazine and book covers (including a series of paintings for Ray Bradbury