Favorite Illustrators/Artists


Favorite Illustrators/Artists

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Jaime Zollars

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Penelope Dullaghan

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Book Cover Illustration by Jaime Zollars

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"20 Ways to Draw a Tree and 44 Other Nifty Things from Nature" by Eloise Renouf

print & pattern

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Molly Idle - Beautiful lines and color too!

Portfolio

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Gustav Klimt- Inspired by his combination of flat pattern and illusion of depth

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Mucha - One of my all-time favorites. I'm especially impressed with his versatility; he not only worked in lithography, but stained glass, jewelry, architecture, the list goes on...

Posters - Browse Works - Gallery - Mucha Foundation

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Graeme Base-This artist is best known for "Animalia".

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Thomas Hart Benton

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    Luana Flues

    Quadro maravilhoso.

Thomas Hart Benton

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William Steig-Love his stories and comical, yet poignant illustrations. (And, yes, "Shrek!" was a book first!)

William Steig at the Jewish Museum

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Jen Corace - Love her use of shapes, negative space, and color. She illustrated two of my favorite books: "Little Pea" and "Little Hoot" both written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

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Teri Malo's Studio Blog - Incredible mastery of paint

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Chris Van Allsburg- The uneasy stillness of this artist's work has always appealed to me. Great works such as Jumanji, The Garden of Abdul Gasazi, and The Polar Express. He's my hero.

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Adam Relf

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Adam Relf- This guy is amazing. Stunning technique and compositions.

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Tomie dePaola. Distinct style, expressive characters, interesting use of symmetry.

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David Wiesner. Creative genius. I am drawn to his play with the surreal.

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Great early reader series written by Cynthia Rylant and illustrated by Arthur Howard. Howard's lines are bold, expressive, loose.

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I came across this book at the library and enjoyed Catherine Rayner's expressive style. For more of her work and sketches go to www.catherinerayn...

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Maurice Sendak

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Arthur Rackham. Classic illustrator.

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From Eliza Wheeler's portfolio.

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From David Small's sketchbook. I love this artist's use of line.

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