Illustration from Byron's Don Juan (1926)

Illustration by Louis Agassiz Fuertes, 1914

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    Surreal and neon portrait illustration by artist Aster Hung which embraces a sort of fantasy deterioration where flowers and body parts bloom from the subjects insides. Beautiful blood and guts.

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    Surreal and neon portrait illustration by artist Aster Hung which embraces a sort of fantasy deterioration where flowers and body parts bloom from the subjects insides. Beautiful blood and guts.


    The Princess and the Pea (1912)
    Illustration by Edmund Dulac of the
    Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale.

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    Contents

    • Definition & Characteristics
    • History
    • Prehistory (30,000 BCE - 600 CE)
    • Book Illustrations From Insular Europe (600-1100)
    • Carolingian Manuscript Illustrations (c.750-900)
    • Ottonian Manuscript Illustrations (c.900-1050)
    • Romanesque Manuscript Illustrations (c.1050-1200)
    • Gothic Illustration (inc. International Gothic) (c.1200-1450)
    • German Renaissance (1430-1580)
    • 18th Century
    • 19th Century
    - English Illustrators
    - French Illustrators
    • American 19th Century Illustrations
    • 20th Century Illustration in Europe
    • 20th Century Illustration in America
    • List of Main Styles of 20th Century Illustration, with Examples
    Including: Children's Pictures - Arts and Crafts - Art Nouveau - Object Poster
    Expressionism - Art Deco Illustrations - Romanticism - Surrealism - Realism
    Gothic - Psychedelic - Neo Expressionism - Neo Realism - Neo Surrealism
    Punk - Postmodernism - Digital Illustration - Caricatures

  • Writers and illustrators who have already taken this step should consider how strongly they feel that their work be published together. If the author can imagine another illustrator, and the illustrator could imagine illustrating manuscripts by other people, then they should submit separately. The writer can submit her manuscript, and perhaps suggest the illustrator later if her book is accepted for publication; the illustrator can submit the illustrations she did as samples to an art director.

Illustration by Louis Agassiz Fuertes, 1915

On 2008, The Read‘n Grow Picture Bible illustrations by , plus illustrations for 53 other stories, are available (February '08) through a non-exclusive license agreement between VMS and Gospel Light. These high-quality illustrations (over 2200) are on two DVDs: one contains the colored version and the other the grayscale version. You can obtain both DVDs for $10, plus shipping.