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John Stewart: A Portfolio
Posted by: Ancient History (IP Logged)
Date: 25 December, 2014 09:32AM
I've always held that weird fiction benefits as much from the artists who illustrate the stories as much as the fictioneers that write them; but collections and portfolios of their work tend to be few and far between, lost in the booming morass of general fantasy artwork. I was very pleased this Christmas to receive a copy of John Stewart: A Portfolio from Centipede Press - you might know his work from Whispers or Weird Tales - and even more pleased when I realized there were sections of the portfolio dedicated to Stewart's illustrations for Clark Ashton Smith's Averoigne stories. A very nice collection, if you can get it.

Re: John Stewart: A Portfolio
Posted by: jimrockhill2001 (IP Logged)
Date: 25 December, 2014 09:48AM
I have a copy of this too. I was always happy to see his work in WHISPERS, NYCTALOPS, etc. The book offers some Lovecraftian pieces, portfolios devoted to CAS's Averoigne, Whitehead's West Indies, and Leiber's OUR LADY OF DARKNESS, among others.



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