This gallery of illustrations is linked to information about individual artists and the genres and time periods in which they have worked.
"The Sweethearts of Rhythm gave me a chance to bring something new to my work. We were dealing with an aspect of American history that is somewhat abstract—music, and what music did for this country."
"There is something special about knowing that your stories can alter the way people see the world and their place within it."
"I am a storyteller at heart."
"I've found it interesting to trace how the chapters of my life have knitted themselves into my art."
"The most famous poster in the world."
“In 1502, Cesare Borgia, illegitimate son of Pope Alexander VI, had his military architect, Leonardo da Vinci, design a heavily armed and armored flying machine to protect his father’s wealth from invaders.”
"This stirring image of a woman literally becoming undone appeared on the jacket of a provocative feminist work by Phyllis Chesler. It was also published in advertisements for the book in 'The New York Times' and other publications."