Out of print. One of Auad Publishing's Famous Illustrators series with Robert Fawcett, Al Parker, and Henry Raleigh.
Albert Dorne: Master Illustrator is [part of] Auad Publishing's Famous Illustrators series. It's a worthy successor to our best-selling Robert Fawcett: The Illustrator's Illustrator, and fans of that book are in for another treat as we present the first book about Dorne, the reknowned artist responsible for the Famous Artists' School. The introduction is by Howard Munce, a truely great illustrator and teacher who knew Dorne Personally. Echoing the Fawcett book, David Apatoff writes the text, further solidifying his position as one of the foremost historians of the Golden Age of magazine illustration. The book also contains a preface by Apatoff and "Memories of My Father", an affectionate and very insightful tribute to her father by Barbara Dorne Bullas. As a small fillip of further testament to Dorne's place in the illustration firmament, Jack Davis contributes a graphic Foreword. All this in service to the 160 pages of color illustrations, some from originals, on glossy stock.