In this Issue of Illustration, we feature the lurid and spectacular art of John Newton Howitt, best known for his terrifying covers for Horror Stories pulps in the 1930s, as well as for his superhero pulp covers for The Spider and Operator #5.
Our story features rare photographs, tear sheets, and stunning reproductions of original artworks. Our second major feature concerns the work of the legendary illustrator Gustave Dor. While generally known for his black and white art, our story features many reproductions of his less often seen color paintings. Our final story is a new column by David Saunders - each issue will showcase an obscure artist from the history of the pulps, drawn from the extensive archives of his website, www.PulpArtists.com.
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