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Moon, by Franklin Booth

ratak-monodosico: 1909 Franklin Booth (American ~ Moonrise in a Wood from Scribner’s Magazine “A man is a very small thing, and the night is very large and full of wonders.

Comics Book Stories: Franklin Booth

Moonrise in a wood from Scribner's Magazine illustrated by Franklin Booth - Published in

Bill Murphy (American, 1952- ), "Stairway in the Woods," ca. 2013.

Stairway in the Woods (etching printed in deep sepia on Rives BFK paper) Bill Murphy

In the Woods ~ Kasamatsu Shiro 1955 woodcut

**In the woods by Kasamatsu Shiro 1955 woodcut print, Japan Another unbelievable wood block print. wonder how many hours it took to complete?

Tracing paper + light, for depth and fog/air.

Muted Layered Landscapes Brooks Shane Salzwedel Creates Art Using Tape, Resin and Graphite

abystle: “ アトルガンの秘宝 (HidenTreasures of Aht Urhgan) Cover art, Yoshitaka Amano, 2006 ”

abystle: アトルガンの秘宝 (HidenTreasures of Aht Urhgan) Cover art, Yoshitaka Amano, 2006

by Franklin Booth (http://goldenagecomicbookstories.blogspot.com/search?q=booth)

Sarah Pinyan posted "The Pines", by pen and ink master, Franklin Booth to her -Papercraft- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.


Day Franklin Booth An artist for the ages, Franklin Booth, born was a product of his time. Isolated on an Indiana farm and determined to be an artist, he studied what he saw on the pages of.

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Robert Franklin Booth - illustration from "The Car That Went Abroad" by Albert Bigelow Paine, Century Magazine ~ July and

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Frontispiece wood engraving for "A Portrait of a Village" 1937 - Joan Hassall