Monday, February 18, 2008

Franklin Booth

Illustrator Franklin Booth (1874 - 1948) Franklin Booth's amazing and unusual pen-and-ink drawing style came to him as a boy in Indiana, from hours of copying illustrations he loved from magazines - illustrations he thought were pen-and-ink but were actually engravings and woodcuts. His ethereal and careful work lent itself well to works of poetry.

On the Lines and Color blog
A nice gallery
Gallery of small images
3 more nice images
Google Image Search
Wikipedia entry

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