A stunning collection of work that celebrates America’s golden age of illustration.
Daniel Zimmer, editor and publisher of Illustration Magazine, takes advantage of a vast image archive for The Golden Age: Masterworks from the Golden Age of Illustration. A celebration of the period between 1880 and 1920 where illustration dominated American entertainment, and it’s artists enjoyed fame, wealth and demand.
Featuring full-page reproductions taken from original art, work from artists such as Dan Smith, Howard Pyle, Coles Phillips and Ruth Eastman make a rare appearance in an unashamedly text free presentation that allows readers to indulge in a legacy in commercial arts. A broad range of work from 154 artists cover everything from pin-ups to adventure stories, to fashion and advertising in a collection that fans will treasure.