Andrew Loomis

by Matthew Innis |

  Andrew Loomis seems to appear on every artist’s list of favorite art books.  Loomis, a successful American illustrator in the first half of the 20th century, wrote several books on art that sold  extremely well, and are still in demand today.  His 1947 masterpiece, Creative Illustration, has long been considered “The Illustrator’s Bible,” and…

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