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    First Print Illustration Magazine Group (Illustration Magazine, 2001-2010) Condition: Average NM. Thirty-one issues of the long-running magazine. #1-21; 23-32, but issue #22 is missing. Contents:

    #1 (10/2001) - "The Art of Haddon H. Sundblom" (Bill Vann and Dan Zimmer), "The Paperback Art of James Avati" (Piet Schreuders), "James Avati Paperback Covers - A Checklist" (Piet Schreuders), "The Art of Jack Faragasso" (Kent Steine), Book Reviews ( "The Classic Era of American Pulp Magazines, " "The Great American Paperback"), Current Exhibitions (The Hiram Walker Imperial Whiskey Collection: 1940s Paintings of Peorians at Work, Al Parker: Innovator in American Illustration, The Illustrator in America (1940-2000) Part 2, Alberto Vargas: The Esquire Pinups, Speak Softly and Carry a Beagle: Charles Schulz)


    #2 (1/2002) - "The Art of Norman Blaine Saunders" (David Saunders); Norman Saunders Checklist; Frank Frazetta's Little Miracles (Dr. David Winiewicz); "The Illustrated World of Perry Peterson (Dan Zimmer)"; "An Interview with Russ Cochran" (M. Todd Hignite); "From Spicy to Bland: Aspects of Culture-Trojan Self-Censorship" (Alfred Jan); "Scenes From the Life of a Collector" (Walker A. Martin); Book Reviews; "Reminiscence" (Reid Stewart Austin); Exhibitions and Events; Lost and Found: Norman Rockwell Paintings Recovered

    #3 (4/002) - "The Magic of Robert Maguire" (Gary Lovisi); Robert Maguire Paperback Checklist; "Eugene Iverd, American Illustrator for The Saturday Evening Post (Dr. Donald Stoltz, Jean Sakumura and Lynda J. Farquhar); Eugene Iverd Published Work 1924-36; Book Reviews; Exhibitions and Events; Lost and Found: Hayden Hayden Classic Coca-Cola Advertising Art Found

    #4 (8/2002) - "Sam Savitt: Painter, Author, Teacher and Horseman" (Leo Panda); "Stanley Meltzoff: Metamorphes of a Picture Maker" (Stanley Meltzoff); Book Reviews (Tod Hignite and Dan Zimmer); Calendar of Events

    #5 (1/2003) - Letters to the Editor; "The Fantastic Worlds of Roy G. Krenkel" (David Burton, Richard Garison, and Russ Cochran); "Nell Brinkley and the Brinkley Girls" (Trina Robbins); "James Dwyer: Fine Illustrator and Favorite Uncle" (Barry Dwyer); "Frank Frazetta: The Creative Moment" (Dr. David Winiewicz); "The Art of Albert Staehle" (Dr. Donald Stolz); Book Reviews (Matt Zimmer and A.E. Mendez); Exhibition and Events

    #6 (3/3003) - Special Bob Peak Issue

    #7 (7/2003) - "Inside the Mind of Reynold Brown" (Armando Mendez), "The Art of Frank Schoonover" (Louise Schoonover Smith), "Books and Magazines Illustrated by Frank E. Schoonover" (checklist), "They Drew On Stone" (Kevin H. Lynch), "The Box Art of Revell Model Kits" (Thomas Graham)"Norman Rockwell and the Saturday Evening Post, The Story Behind the Video" (Dan Zimmer)

    #8 (10/2003) - "The Art of Ernest 'Darcy' Chiriacka (David Saunders), "The Artists of Aurora" (Thomas Graham), "An Interview with William George" (Daniel Zimmer), Book Reviews, Exhibitions and Events

    #9 (2/2004) - "Beauty by Design: The Art of Enoch Bolles" (Jack Raglin); "The Art of Robert Fawcett" (David Apatoff), "Gerald Gregg and the Dell Mapbacks" (Piet Schreuders/William H. Lyles), "Isaac Paul Rader" (Lynn Munroe), New and Notable Books, Exhibitions and Events

    #10 (6/2004) - "The Art of Rafael M. DeSoto" (David Saunders), "A Tribute to Tom Gill" (Tim Lasiuta), "The Paperback Art of Mitchell Hooks" (Gary Lovisi), "Mitchell Hooks Paperback Checklist", "Jack Lane and the Brown Derby: 1947-1987" (Tim Lasiuta), "An Introduction to the Lurid War Paperbacks of Horwitz Publishing" (John Harrison), New and Notable Books, Exhibitions and Events

    #11 (9-2004) - "The Art and Life of Robert Bonfils" (Robert Speray, Lynn Munroe, and Robert Bonfils), "Men's Adventure Magazines in Postwar America: The Rich Oberg Collection" (Max Allan Collins and George Hagenauer), "The Devil in Design: The Krampus Postcards" (Monte Beauchamp), "Larry Admire, Star of Pulp World" (David Saunders), New and Notable Books, Exhibitions and Events

    #12 (12/2004) - "An Artist's Life: R. G. Harris" (Marcia Harris Sewell and R. G. Harris), "A Look at Harry Anderson" (Matt Zimmer), "The Good, the Weird, and the Ugly: Bill Campbell Brings Strange Things to Life" (Mark Cantrell), New and Notable Books, Exhibitions and Events

    #13 (Spring, 2005) - "The Man Behind the Masks: W.T. Benda" (Mark B. Pohland/Colonel Charles Waterhouse), "The Fantastic Art of Alex Schomburg" (Amy Wagner), "Sticks and Bones: The Life and Art of Lee Brown Coye" (Luis Ortiz), New and Notable Books, Exhibitions and Events

    #14 (Summer, 2005) - "The Art and Social Conditions of John Walter Scott (1907-1987) by David Saunders, "A. Leslie Ross: Memories of My Father - His Family and His Art" (Carolyn. L. Ross), "The Art Stars of Film Fun" (Jack Raglin), Exhibitions and Events

    #15 (Winter, 2005) - Bernie Fuchs Issue; "The Art of Bernie Fuchs, by David Apatof" "Robert Heindel Talks About Bernie Fuchs," "Bernie Fuch's Career Highlights," "New and Notable (book reviews: "The Paperback Art of James Avanti," "Cheap Thrills," "Little Nemo in Slumberland: Splendid Sundays," "The Complete EC Comics Library: The Complete Picto-Fiction," and "The Weird Writings of Robert E. Howard") Exhibitions and Events (Masterworks to Tell: Masterworks from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration, PIXAR: 20 Years of Animation, National Geographic: The Art of Exploration, Flora, Fauna and Fantasy: The Art of Dorothy Lathrop)

    #16 (Spring, 2006) - "The Making of James Bama: American Realist" by Brian M. Kane, "James Bama: On Painting Edges" (James Bama), "The Rediscovery of Charles R. Showalter" (Robert E. Olsen, "The Life and Art of Charles R. Showalter" (Dr. John F. Showalter), "Illustrating an Era: The Charles E. Cooper Studio" (Neil Shapiro), "Lost and Found" the Norman Rockwell copy saga (Kimberly Rawson), New and Notable (book reviews: "RGK: The Art of Roy G. Krenkel," "Striking Images," "Stories to Tell: Masterworks from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration," "Illustrators 47," "As I See by Boris Artzbasheff," "The Early Works of Dr. Suess Volume 1: Dr. Suess Represents Boundless Imagination"), Exhibitions and Events (Stories to Tell: Masterworks from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration, National Geographic: The Art of Exploration, Flora, Fauna and Fantasy: The Art of Dorothy Lathrop, Sixth Anniversary Celebration, The National Museum of American Illustration, RI).



    #18 (Winter 2006) - "The Art of Allen Anderson" by David Saunders, "Illustrating an Era: The Charles E. Cooper Studio Part Two: Marray Tinkleman by Neil Shapiro, "Jack Potter: A Teaching Legacy" by Michael Newton, "Alberto and I and the Playboy Wars" by Reid Stewart Austin, "Lost and Found : The Uneeda Buscuit Boy" by Dan Zimmer, New and Notable, Exhibitions and Events

    #19 (Summer 2007) - "Louis S. Glanzman: The Fine Art of Illustration" by Gary Lovisi, "The Evolution of the West Coast's Leading Art Studio" by Bruce Hettena, "Ed Emshwiller: The Art of Things to Come" by Luis Ortiz, "The Rockwell Files: The Recovery of Norman Rockwell's Russian Schoolroom" by Chad Garrison, "Caras and Colleagues: A Continuing Legacy in American Illustration" by Mark Romanoski, New and Notable, Exhibitions and Events

    #20 (Fall 2007) - "William Andrew Loomis: A legacy in Words and Pictures" by Jack Harris, edited by Jennifer Harris, "Remembering Willard Mullin and the Lost Art of Sports Cartooning" by David Michaels, "The Curvilinear Career of Alton Tobey" by John Matuszak, New and Notable, Exhibitions and Events

    #21 (Winter 2008) - "Gustaf Tenggren: A Brief Biography" by Lars Emanuelsson, edited by Barry Klugerman, "Ephemeral Beauty: Al Parker and the American Women's Magazine, 1940-1960" by Stephanie Haboush Plunkett, "Illustrating an Era: The Charles E. Cooper Studio Part Three: Barbara Bradley" by Neil Shapiro. New and Notable, Exhibitions and Events

    #22 (missing)

    #23 (Summer 2008) - "Dean Cornwell (1992-1960)" by David J. Hornung, "Murray Tinkleman" by Dan Zimmer, "Constantin Alajov's Odyssey" by Fredric B. Tabara, New and Notable, Exhibitions and Events

    #24 (Fall 2008) - "Mort Kunstler" by M. Stephen Doherty, New and Notable, Exhibiitions and Events

    #25 (Winter 2008) - Letters to the Editor, "Gloria Stoll Karn" by David Saunders, "Sanford Kossin: An Autobiography", "Hugh Doak Rankin" by John Osier, New and Notable, Exhibitions and Events

    #26 (Spring 2009) - Letters to the Editor. "Graves Gladney" by Tom Roberts and David Saunders, "The American Academy of Art, Part One" by Aron Gagliardo, "Nan Pollard, Illustrator" by Ross Pollard, New and Notable, Exhibitions and Events,

    #27 (Summer 2009) - (Square bound format begins), Letters to the Editor, "Rudolph Belarski (1900-1983)" by David Saunders, "Norman Lindsay in America" by Louis Irmo, "The American Academy of Art, Part Two" by Aron Gagliardo, New and Notable, Exhibiitions and Events

    #28 (Fall 2009) - Letters to the Editor, "McClelland Barclay: More than Beautiful Women" by Particia Gostick, "Rudy Nappi: Celebrating the Artist and His Work" by Gary Lovisi, New and Notable, Exhibitions and Events

    #29 (Spring 2010) - "H. J. Ward (1909-1945)" by David Saunders, New and Notable, Exhibitions and Events

    #30 (Summer 2010) - Frank Frazetta and Ernest Chiriacka obits, "Illustrating Her World: Ellen B. T. Pyle" by Katharine E. Smith and Joyce K. Schiller, "The Brilliant Art of Edwin Georgi" by Daniel Zimmer, "The Weird Worlds of Douglas Walters" by John Osier, New and Notable, Exhibitions and Events

    #31 (Fall 2010) - "Illustrator and Photographer J. Frederick Smith" by Daniel Zimmer and J. Frederick Smith, "In His Own Words - John Fleming Gould" Introduction by Will Murray, "The Art of Clark Hulings" by Nicholas Diamond and Clark Hulings, New and Notable, Exhibitions and Events

    #32 (Winter 2010) - Letters to the Editor, "Herbert Morton Stoops" by Colonel Charles Waterhouse, "Ed Balcourt: Artist and Artist Representative" by Gary Lovisi, "The Artists of the Three Investigators" by Daniel Storm, New and Notable, Exhibitions and EventsNot currently listed in price guides.


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