Like Harry Clarke, Rockwell Kent wasn’t an illustrator in the strictest sense of the word, his talents being successfully applied to a number of mediums including printmaking, painting and writing. Its his line illustrations and prints I love best, however.
Possibly more “Gorey” than Gorey himself, Harry Clarke (1889-1931) began his art training by studying stained glass techniques. Continue reading
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