Thursday, January 26, 2017

Paging Mr. Cho.

Wednesday Illustration Day.

Last Saturday I showed some of Frank Godwin's work as an illustrator for Liberty magazine. But he did more than just deliver lrage color pieces for selected articles or stories. He also was one of the artists used to ilustrated their condensed longer stories. These were always in black and white, printed on a cheaper section of the magazine even, and always had one large opening illustration and seven smaller ones after that. Godwin was ot the only one doing those. Harry Tuthill wa one of the others and so was Neil O"Keeffe. Both names you'll find in the Book-of-the-Month list as well.


3 comments:

The Art of Bob Chambers said...

Wow, those are spectacular!

Diego Cordoba said...

What a great artist Godwin was!

Ger Apeldoorn said...

He was by far the best at these of all Liberty artists. O'Keeffe is alright as well, but less classicly correct.