This collection of resources provides additional information about the subject of illustration, from collections of original illustration art to interesting blogs and educational opportunities. A special feature highlights video interviews with noted practitioners, who offer compelling insights about their personal experiences and inspirations.
The former publisher of Marvel Comics shares his knowledge on comic books.
A compilation of instructional drawing books written by George Bridgman.
A researched study on two of art's most fundamental themes, "Color and Light" bridges the gap between abstract theory and practical knowledge.
Family guide for the exhibition, "Dancing Princesses: The Fairy Tale Art of Ruth Sanderson."
Regarded as the “Dean of American Illustrators,” Dean Cornwell was the instructor and idol of a generation of illustrators.
A video interview produced for the exhibition "Elwood's World: The Art and Animations of Elwood H. Smith." The exhibition was on view at Norman Rockwell Museum from February 19 through May 15, 2011.
As part of its Distinguished Illustrators Series, Norman Rockwell Museum presents "Everett Raymond Kinstler: Pulps to Portraits," on view at the Museum from March 10 through May 28, 2012.
This book features artists who have been elected to the Illustrators Hall of Fame.
Loomis' instructional drawing books have influenced generations of artists.
This book is a compilation of pin-up art by Gil Elvgren which contains 600 illustrations.
Celebrated for her artistic contributions to the pulp fiction industry during the 1940s, Gloria Stoll Karn (b.1923) was one of just a few female illustrators working to create a steady stream of tantalizing images for the covers of pulp magazines.
The star student of Howard Pyle's Brandywine School, N.C. Wyeth created more than 3,000 illustrations in the course of his career.
A history of the Hanna-Barbera animation company.
A video produced for the exhibition "Heroes & Villains: The Comic Book Art of Alex Ross," on view at Norman Rockwell Museum from November 5, 2012 through February 24, 2013.
An image-packed book which explores illustration through style and form.
The exhibition video presents Conner’s hand-painted illustrations for advertising campaigns and women’s magazines like "Redbook" and "McCall’s," made during the years after World War II when commercial artists helped to redefine American style and culture.
Norman Rockwell's autobiography, published in 1960.
Every known illustration created by Norman Rockwell during his six-decade career is displayed and documented in this important reference work.
Alex Ross opens his private sketchbooks to reveal his astonishing pencil and ink drawings of DC Comics characters.
At the turn of the 20th century, Gibson's pen-and-ink drawings of the "American Girl"—now remembered as the Gibson Girl—became the national ideal of femininity.