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Community Briefs: County groups, Folsom VFW, commemorate WWI anniversary Saturday


The Delaware County Daily Times - Apr 6, 2017
On April 30 at 2 p.m., the new Rose Valley Museum at the Thunderbird Lodge hosts a lecture on World War I in the Golden Age of Illustration. Destination Delco has launched a new website for the Remembrance Project at www.wwonedelco.com. The site is ...
 

An imagination that looks great on paper: The creative mind of Lily Seika Jones


BeatRoute Magazine - Dec 16, 2016
Growing up, Jones read books like The Chronicles of Narnia, The Lord of the Rings, A Series of Unfortunate Events, and all the classics of the golden age of illustration which inspired her and made her wonder about how fairy tales repeat similar ...
 

Bennard B. Perlman


Baltimore Sun - Dec 21, 2016
He was also the author of "The Golden Age of Illustration: F.R. Gruger and His Circle," published in 1979; and "The Lives, Loves and Art of Arthur B. Davies," published in 1998. In addition to contributing op-ed pieces to The Baltimore Sun and Evening ...
 

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Coloring the Ages: A Miscellany of Illustrations from the Spirit of the Ages Museum


by: Rosemary Colston, Douglas Colston
"Coloring the Ages" is a series of coloring books with a twist - it includes a miscellany of illustrations from the 'Spirit of the Ages' Museum that have been specially selected and introduced to take the colorist through the history of printed illustrations in the West. Volume One of "Coloring the Ages" measures 8.5 x 11", extends beyond 80 pages and includes - in addition to the illustrated Title Page - 20 designs to challenge and inspire colorists. Reconnect with a tradition of hand-coloring printed illustrations that was a feature of printed books and print-making from the 15th Century to the early-20th Century and become immersed in the stories behind the works as you revive the art of enhancing monotone images with your own palettes.
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The Art of Football: The Early Game in the Golden Age of Illustration


by: Michael Oriard

The Art of Football is a singular look at early college football art and illustrations. This collection contains more than two hundred images, many rare or previously unpublished, from a variety of sources, including artists Winslow Homer, Edward Penfield, J. C. Leyendecker, Frederic Remington, Charles Dana Gibson, George Bellows, and many others.

Along with the rich art that captured the essence of football during its early period, Michael Oriard provides a historical context for the images and for football during this period, showing that from the beginning it was perceived more as a test of courage and training in manliness than simply an athletic endeavor.
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Fashion and the Art of Pochoir: The Golden Age of Illustration in Paris


by: April Calahan, Cassidy Zachary

A celebration of the painstaking hand-stenciling technique known as pochoir, as it was used in luxury fashion publications of the early twentieth century

The 1910s and 1920s witnessed an outpouring of luxury fashion publications that used a hand-stenciling technique known as pochoir (French for stencil). This highly refined, painterly technique, which consists of applying layers of gouache paint or watercolor to achieve bold blocks of saturated color, produced works of visual artistry previously unrivaled in the history of fashion illustration.
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Golden Age Illustrations of W. Heath Robinson


by: William Heath Robinson
Advances in technology are often accompanied by a flowering of creative expression, and the turn of the twentieth century witnessed exactly such union of art and commerce. The Golden Age of Illustration arose from improvements in printing techniques that introduced a sudden explosion of color in books and magazines. English artist William Heath Robinson (1872–1944) ranks among the era's most prominent illustrators, and this original anthology presents more than 100 of his Art Nouveau-inspired images, many of them in glorious full color.
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A brief introduction to art in the Golden Age of Illustration. Includes Pyle and Brandywine Artists, Parrish, Mucha, Moran, and more.
 

Fashion and the Art of Pochoir The Golden Age of Illustration in Paris by April Calahan and Cassidy


 

Fashion and the Art of Pochoir The Golden Age of Illustration in Paris


 

The Making Of Child of Light - Ubisoft


Ubisoft releases a brand new trailer for the upcoming 2D RPG, Child of Light. Inspired by watercolor artwork from the Golden Age of Illustration, Child of Light ...
 

Child of Light (Launch Trailer)


Child of Light is a re-imagining of classic fairytales set against a picturesque background inspired by the watercolor artworks of The Golden Age of Illustration.