Tom Lovell: Illustrator by Daniel Zimmer.
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Tom Lovell (5 February 1909 – 29 June 1997) was an American illustrator and painter. He was a creator of pulp fiction magazine covers and illustrations, and of visual art of the American West. He produced illustrations for National Geographic magazine and many others, and painted many historical Western subjects such as interactions between Indians and white settlers and traders. He was inducted into the Society of Illustrators' Hall of Fame in 1974.
This spectacular new book explores his life and work. This volume is printed in full color throughout and features over 270 illustrations. The book is 224 pages long and is filled to the brim with scores of beautiful illustrations reproduced from the original paintings and drawings, as well as rarely seen tear sheets from vintage magazines.
The first printing of Tom Lovell: Illustrator sold out in record time. This second printing is limited to 900 copies.
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