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Gurney Journey: Nick Eggenhofer (1897-1985)


Nick Eggenhofer was born in a small city close to Munich and located his strategy to America earlier than World Battle I broke out. 

By watching films, he developed a love of cowboys and Indians (or “Der Trapper und die Indianer” “Trappers and Indians” as they referred to as them in German). 

He loved drawing from a younger age and shortly discovered work doing  illustration, beginning with pen-and-ink drawings.

He labored in quite a lot of media, together with gouache (above), oil, and watercolor.

Eggenhofer’s work is featured within the newest problem of Illustration journal #75. The article consists of over 75 photos by him in black and white and shade. The problem additionally features a characteristic on Clyde Caldwell (born 1948), plus an inventory of New and Notable books and Exhibition and Occasions.


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