The Illustrations of Rockwell Kent: 231 Examples from Books, Magazines and Advertising Art
Rockwell Kent was generally considered the most important American book illustrator of the 1920s and 30s, gracing 'Candide', 'Moby Dick' and 'The Canterbury Tales' with his highly individual style of formalized realism. This retrospective brings together his finest works.
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American artist Beowulf bistre BOTTOM LEFT BOTTOM RIGHT bound in blue Bound in natural brown ink buckram stamped Canterbury Canterbury Tales coarse-grained paper colors crayon and India Decaineron Decameron drawn in crayon ﬁgures ﬁne ﬁnish ﬁrst Fox Island FRIDOLF JOHNSON full-page illustrations G. P. Putnam's Sons Garden City Giovanni Boccaccio 1949 gold stamping grained paper Greenland Journal Illustrated by Rockwell Illustration drawn Illustration in black India ink ink on coarse ink on coarse-grained Kent's limited edition Moby Dick 1930 Mohy Norman Rockwell numbered and signed numbered copies paintings Paul Bunyan Printed by Pynson printed in brown published Pynson Printers Random House Resurrection Bay Rockwell Kent Salamina Sea Stories 1948 signed copies Strait of Magellan TOP LEFT TOP RIGHT TOP TO BOTTOM Trade edition Treasury of Sea Vanity Fair Venus and Adonis William Shakespeare 1936 York