- Marc Burckhardt, illustrtor
- James Conahan, illustrator.
- Allison Krumwiede, illustrator.
- Richard MacDonald, figurative sculptor.
- Marc Remus, illustrator.
- Barron Storey, illustrator.
- Drew Struzan, illustrator.
- Michael Whelan, American artist of imaginative realism.
- Joseph Watson, co-creator and illustrator for Go Go Greta. Conceptual designer and toy design for Mattel.
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Famous quotes containing the word illustration:
“An illustration is no argument,nor do I maintain the wiping of a looking-glass clean, to be a syllogism;Mbut you all, may it please your worships, see the better for it.”
—Laurence Sterne (17131768)
“Each truth that a writer acquires is a lantern, which he turns full on what facts and thoughts lay already in his mind, and behold, all the mats and rubbish which had littered his garret become precious. Every trivial fact in his private biography becomes an illustration of this new principle, revisits the day, and delights all men by its piquancy and new charm.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“What is character but the determination of incident? What is incident but the illustration of character?”
—Henry James (18431916)