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.
Posted by birds fly on March 9, 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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