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  • jennifer pullium green

    Franklin Booth as a boy scrupulously copied magazine illustrations which he thought were pen-and-ink drawings. In fact, they were wood engravings. As a result, this led him to develop a style of drawing composed of thousands of lines, whose careful positioning next to one another produced variations in density and shade. His incredible works were used as illustrations by the top companies, and publications of his day.

  • Tom Leo

    Franklin Boot landscapes https://plus.google.com/photos/113287629007093351597/albums/5606602328335918833

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