Illustrator's Magazine – Summer 1982 Archive

We have recovered an interesting article from another issue of Illustrators Magazine from the 1980’s Issue no. 41.

Yr 82 Iss 41 Front Cover_550

The intention of this article from issue 41, titled Singular Lives, is for it to be a regular feature to profile well known illustrators. Here Sarah Culshaw interviews Paul Hogarth, the newly appointed Honorary President of the Association of Illustrators (in 1982), covering a range of topics, and advice for the young illustrator ­– urging them “never to give up observing what’s going on”.

The article also explores Hogarth’s background, views on illustration – his work in topography, illustration and reportage all pointing towards the distinction between fine art and illustration becoming increasingly blurred– a prediction that is turning out to be true – and challenging the unjustifiably snobbish attitude towards illustrators from the fine art world.

Yr 82 Iss 41 Pg 26+27_550


21st April 2016
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