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Author: First Last
Subcategory: Drawing
Language: English
Publisher: Flesk Publications (February 25, 2015)
Pages: 100 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.1
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Joseph Clement Coll illustrated serialized novels for magazine publication. This book reprints his magnificent ink drawings. These are not to be confused with "comic book" illustrations; Coll's work stands head and shoulders above anything I've seen today.

Joseph Clement Coll illustrated serialized novels for magazine publication. There are very talented and skilled artists working in ink today, but the Golden age of illustration, I feel, was when Coll and his peers were working at the top of their games. This was at the beginning of the last century. If you want to see some truly remarkable artwork, treat yourself to this inexpensive book

Joseph Clement Coll (July 2, 1881 – October 19, 1921) was an American book and newspaper illustrator. He was known for his pen and ink story illustrations that were used to illustrate adventure stories such as Conan Doyle's Sir Nigel

Joseph Clement Coll (July 2, 1881 – October 19, 1921) was an American book and newspaper illustrator. He was known for his pen and ink story illustrations that were used to illustrate adventure stories such as Conan Doyle's Sir Nigel. Joseph Clement Coll a commencé sa carrière professionnelle au service de l 'Américain de New York à la fin des années 1890. Il travailla bientôt pour des magazines tels que "Collier's", "Everybody's" et "American Sunday Magazine".

Joseph Clement Coll - The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle (serialized in Associated Sunday Magazine March.

Joseph Clement Coll (1881-1921). So here it is, my take on pen and ink. Pen was really the first medium I seriously worked at. Joseph Clement Coll (1881-1921). Joseph Clement Coll - The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle (serialized in Associated Sunday Magazine March. With a scream of terror I turned and rushed wildly down the path. Behind me the thick, gasping breathing of the creature sounded louder and louder. His heavy footfall was beside me. Every instant I expected to feel his grip upon my back.

Joseph Clement Coll (2 july 1881 - 19 october 1921) was an American book and newspaper illustrator. He began his professional career working for the New York American in the late 1890s. He was soon working for magazines such as Collier's, Everybody's and the American Sunday Magazine. Coll's reputation stands mainly on his pen & ink story illustrations

Joseph Clement Coll (July 2, 1881 – October 19, 1921) was an American book and newspaper illustrator.

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Joseph Clement Coll was an American book and newspaper illustrator. He was known for his pen and ink story illustrations that were used to illustrate adventure stories such as Conan Doyle’s Sir Nigel. Joseph Clement Coll (July 2, 1881 – October 19, 1921) was a book and newspaper illustrator from America. I am always am amazed at this mans work - he came from a different era, a time with very little photography and where lithography was the only option in printing newspapers. Most of these are from his work on the Lost World by Robert Louis Stephenson. contrast to most illustrators who worked in pen & ink, Coll achieved true tonal gradations in his illustrations by using pen strokes to build up a complete range of values

Joseph Clement Coll was an American book and newspaper illustrator. contrast to most illustrators who worked in pen & ink, Coll achieved true tonal gradations in his illustrations by using pen strokes to build up a complete range of values. He was influenced by the Spanish pen & ink artist

Coll defined the look of adventure illustration. No one has ever captured the menace of the Devil Doctor or Athelstan Kings journeys into mystic lands the way Coll did. The struggle between the gallant Sir Denis Nayland Smith and his arch-nemesis the insidious Dr. Fu Manchu in Sax Rohmers classic sagas breathe and move on the page. Every nuance of form and fantasy one could imagine is evoked in Talbot Mundys incredible tale of intrigue, King of the Khyber Rifles. These epic encounters of heroes and villains locked in combat make up only a small portion of the nearly 250 illustrations in this the largest collection of Joseph Clement Colls art ever produced. This lost and forgotten art has now been collected in Flesk Publications 208 page, Joseph Clement Coll: A Legacy in Line. Most of the 235 black & white and 15 color pieces in this second volume on Coll have been reprinted for the first time in decades. Many of these illustrations have been shot from the original drawings including eight sketches that have never been reproduced. Here are incredible illustrations by one of the worlds greatest artists at the pinnacle of his career. It is art so expressive, so powerful that it will grab you and drag you wholly into whatever world Colls imagination, and pen, chooses to go to next.