william t. horton

The Wave by William T. Horton

The Wave by William T. Horton

The Strange Case of Mr William T. Horton: a new essay by Jon Crabb on the proto-modernist illustrator William T. Horton published in The Public Domain Review.

Read Horton’s A Book of Images (with an introduction by his friend W. B. Yeats) at the Internet Archive.

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  1. Taidgh

     /  April 10, 2016

    Hi Sean this was great! Never heard of Horton before. Strange that. Excellent illustrations!

    • Glad you enjoyed Horton, Taidgh. Yes, I think he is pretty much a buried artist. Too bad. But Public Domain Review is doing a great job of unearthing some of these lost masters.



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