Discussion in 'Artists & Illustrators' started by pwadm, Jun 23, 2017.
Please continue posting in this thread.
Why open a second discussion?
Now you have to go first to avoid duplication.
The list of the first 3d should also be included here
Paul Leon Jazet (1848-1918)
Dmitri Petrovich Ventsenostsev
A source for great miniatures for the French/ Prussian War
I'll let Pawel answer in his own time.
Suffice to say, that I am currently going through the list of posts that I prepared (post #428), and linking each of the numbered posts.
Once I've finished, I'll send the file to Pawel for processing into a usable format for PF.
The new posting is simply to stop the original one from growing while Pawel makes this section more user friendly
No doubt Pawel will incorporate new names accordingly.
By the way, as I work my way through, I've noticed that Grolleron was already listed previously in posts #255 and #258.
Ok. Now it's clear.
I think I'll keep the printed list alongside pc to always have the names under my eyes and avoid making duplicates
Louis William Desanges
Pedro Subercaseaux Erràzuriz Massimiliano Maria Leon Painter who tells us about the history of Chile, and not only
Pawel has taken my linked file and installed it in the Forum page titled 'Part 1,2 - Index Page'. ..... Many thanks to Him.
Clicking on the Index Page will give you the general listing, together with instant access to the relevant posts.
In quite a number of cases you'll also find additional links given by the original Poster.
I think I've now got the hang of how the system works, so will continue updating accordingly.
Hope you like the new search facility.
All the credit should go to Andrew. It took lots of time to go through each post, get the artist, url location, and update the file. Andrew also came up with the idea in the first place, many thanks to him!
Thanks very well
Christian Gottfried Heinrich Geissler
German engraver and illustrator, especially important for Napoleonic wars for the period 1803-1813 in Leipzig
You can easily find your work on the Internet
He wrote and illustrated a number of books, mainly on the A.W.I.
I've also come across a few of his prints on the net ...
Stumbled upon an american illustrator, Duane Bryers.
He has a lot of western drawings and some plump pinup called Hilda.
By the way, I picked up this one in Chicago at the World Expo and got it signed from the man himself.
Looking through some Osprey Men-at-Arms I came across a couple of names that are not on the list:-
No doubt there'll be many more in that set of books.
Separate names with a comma.