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Franklin Booth, (July 1874 – August was an influential American artist known for his highly detailed pen-and-ink illustrations. Ink Illustrations, Illustration Art, Franklin Booth, Ink Pen Drawings, Landscape Drawings, Black And White Illustration, Wood Engraving, Magazine Art, Ink Art

Franklin Booth "Hills of Holland"

Franklin Booth (1874-1948) American artist of detailed pen-and-ink illustrations with the appearance of wood engravings. He created this style when he was young, self-teaching from illustrated magazine art, not realizing they were engravings. Pen and Ink ___ Franklin Booth additional information and images: Excellent bio with images: www.bpib.com/booth.htm The Franklin Booth Project: outsidelogic.com/franklinbooth/ Franklin Book | Comic Book Stories…

Robert Franklin Booth - illustration from "The Car That Went Abroad" by Albert Bigelow Paine, Century Magazine ~ July and Ink Illustrations, Illustration Art, Franklin Booth, Ink Pen Drawings, Arte Horror, Pen Art, Wood Engraving, Painting & Drawing, Illustrators

Society of Illustrators Profile: Franklin Booth

Born in 1874 and growing up on a farm in Indiana, Franklin Booth was fascinated by the images he saw in books and magazines believing t...

Nemo Franklin Booth and more Allen Saunders Franklin Booth, Tracing Art, Black And White Illustration, Fantasy Illustration, Illustrations And Posters, Ink Art, Japanese Art, Light In The Dark, Comic Art

Nemo #5: Franklin Booth and more Allen Saunders

"Nemo: the Classic Comics Library" issue #5 concludes today with more Allen Saunders and it's spotlight "Penmen of the Past" Franklin Booth....

Franklin Booth, (July 1874 – August was an American artist known for his detailed pen-and-ink illustrations. He had a unique illustration styl. Art Illustration Vintage, Gravure Illustration, Engraving Illustration, Black And White Illustration, Ink Illustrations, Franklin Booth, Phoenix Art, Ink Pen Drawings, Black And White Painting

The sails and smoke-stacks of great ships

Illustration by Franklin Booth for "A Remembered Dream" by Henry van Dyke. Scribner's Magazine, August 1917.

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Comics Book Stories

Franklin Booth 1874 ~ 1948 Franklin Booth Published by Robert Frank ~ 1925 This is the book on Booth!

Franklin Booth "Collier's - Verse illustration" (modified) The Graphic Arts Illustration Techniques, Illustration Artists, Drawing Techniques, Franklin Booth, Monochromatic Art, Scratchboard, Comic Drawing, Black And White Illustration, Ink Illustrations

Franklin Booth "Collier's - Verse illustration" (modified) The Graphic Arts Vol.4 1912-1913

Franklin Booth (1874-1948) American artist of detailed pen-and-ink illustrations with the appearance of wood engravings. He created this style when he was young, self-teaching from illustrated magazine art, not realizing they were engravings. Pen and Ink Original design: babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015035101115;view=1u... ___ Franklin Booth additional information and images: Excellent bio with images: www.bpib.com/booth.htm The Franklin Booth Project…

Franklin Booth, (July 1874 – August was an American artist known for his detailed pen-and-ink illustrations. He had a unique illustration styl. Ink Illustrations, Illustration Art, Franklin Booth, Art Blanc, Folies Bergeres, Harry Clarke, Arthur Rackham, Ink Pen Drawings, Black White

Catching the Spirit.....

Along with Vierge and Coll, there was another who's style influenced the pen and ink artists over the coming years - Franklin Booth... his...

Franklin Booth "Giving Wings to Words - Underwood Typewriter ad" 1922 Ink Illustrations, Illustration Art, Franklin Booth, Scratchboard, Black And White Illustration, Comic Book Artists, Magazine Art, Ink Art, American Artists

Franklin Booth "Giving Wings to Words - Underwood Typewriter ad" 1922

Franklin Booth (1874-1948) American artist of detailed pen-and-ink illustrations with the appearance of wood engravings. He created this style when he was young, self-teaching from illustrated magazine art, not realizing they were engravings. Pen and Ink ‘The 2nd Annual of Illustrations for Advertisements in the U.S. ___ Franklin Booth additional information and images: Excellent bio with images: www.bpib.com/booth.htm The Franklin Booth Project…

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