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100 Illustrators that all Illustrators should know: #14

Franklin Booth (1874-1948)

Country: United States

Famous for: Scribners, Harpers, Posters, Book Illustrations

Influenced: James Montgomery Flagg, Dean Cornwell, Milton Caniff, Bernie Wrightson, Roy Krenkel, Frank Cho

Influenced by: Gustave Doré, Albrecht Durer, Woodcuts

Franklin Booth, like Charles Dana Gibson and James Montgomery Flagg is one of the most well-known master Pen & Ink illustrators of his day. Booth illustrated for numerous publications, books, posters and advertisements. He developed a style that imitated wood or metal engravings, but with thousands of perfectly-placed lines with ink. Because of his inking style, Booth has had a very profound impact on modern comic artists and their work, with such talented illustrators such as Bernie Wrightson, Roy Krenkel and Frank Cho being heavily influenced by it. 

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(Source : dpreview)

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Bobtail squid, Euprymna berryi, 2012. Photo by Todd Bretl

(Source : dpreview)