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    I also would love to get this download! Thanks!

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    amazing stuff, I did not know much about him, seeing his paintings live would be great..
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    Ooh wow.. Thanks!!!

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    I'll take some of that action, thanks!

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    some necros are so awesome.... much thanks

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    http://fineart.ha.com/ this site has LOADS of highres (long edge 3000 px) pictures (also studies and sketches). its quite inconvenient, because you have to register with quite a lot of personal data, but i dont regret it .

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    Thanks for sharing

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    jaw is on the floor........................

    I think Dean kicks N.C Wyeth's ass. In my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andymania View Post
    jaw is on the floor........................

    I think Dean kicks N.C Wyeth's ass. In my opinion.
    Sacrilege - Not better, different...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpaint View Post
    Sacrilege - Not better, different...
    Agreed. Cornwell probably knew more about composition and aesthetics than any man who has ever lived. And could draw as good as anybody. Yet... Cornwell never created a successful action picture, which NC Wyeth could shake out of his sleeve. Nor did he have Wyeth's quality of poetry.

    Also in terms of "great images" I don't think Cornwell ever created anything as classic as about 25 of Wyeth's best images (Just to name a few: Giant, Ore Wagon, Old Pew, Indian Hunter, Winter (indian), Arizona Nights cover, Treasure Island (3 or 4 of them are classics) War Clouds, It hung upon a thorn... 3 Deadly Notes, Train Robbery, Wizard leaving Castle (merlin?), etc, etc, etc.)

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    Here's more cornwell...

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    Kev,

    I think Dean was capable of depicting action; judging by some of these pics you posted no?

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    I guess cornwell was okay at action. But it always seems constructed when he does it, rather than imagined in full force.

    I don't think Cornwell empathized with ferocious, violent action. So I don't think he was able to portray it convincingly. This may be because, as a boy, he had vision problems, so wasn't much of a robust outdoor sports and games type of kid.

    Here's Remington, Dunn, Wyeth, Von Schmidt, Frazetta, and Pyle for comparison...

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    Kev,

    Yeah I see what you mean. Those pieces really show high action.

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    I always wondered how to tackle a war scene with multiple figures.....in terms of reference.

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    Thank you all so much for posting all this over the years, and an especially big thanks to Kev Ferrara! Wow, what a resource!

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    Hey Jon... you're very welcome.



    More Cornwell...

    The first one is in the Cornwell monograph Dean of Illustrators, but my copy had some strange turquoise color on it that looked wrong to me. And since the painting is now selling on Heritage Auctions, and the correct color for the image is now available, I thought I'd post it up.

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    More Mead Schaeffers...

    The first one below appeared earlier in the thread, but that was from the printed version, this one is a shot from the original painting.

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    More Saul Tepper

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    This thread is so great! I stumbled across it looking for Saul Tepper images.

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    Cornwell Medical Prints

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    Moreness...

    Cornwell and Schaeffer...

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