Illustration magazine is the worldwide premiere source of information about illustrators and their art both here in the United States and abroad. The magazine specializes in articles about famous artists such as Rockwell, Leyendecker, Parrish and other luminaries from The Golden Age of Illustration to popular book, magazine and pulp fiction artists, with hundreds of photos in each issue.

          
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