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Robot A.1. - H.V. Brown - Framed art Print

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Regular price £45.00 (Unframed)

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Type: Print On Demand Image

Collections: Comics,  Contemporary & Decorative,  Fantasy,  Graphic & Illustration,  Kids,  Space,  Vintage,  Vintage Comics,  Vintage Magazine Covers,  


  • Framed Fantasy art print (40 x 31 cm) by H.V. Brown.
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  • Framed Size is 40 x 31 cm.
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About this artwork

H V Brown designed the cover for the July 1939 issue of Startling Stories magazine.



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About the artist

H.V. Brown (1878-1945), an American illustrator, earned a reputation as one of the "Big Four" science fiction artists of the 1930s alongside Leo Morey, Frank R Paul, and H W Wesso, despite his sci-fi work making up a small fraction of his portfolio. He refined his craft at Chicago's Art Institute and established his career in New York. Among his early illustrations were Katharine Elizabeth Dopp's six-part series, beginning with "The Tree Dwellers." From 1913-1931, he created Scientific American's covers, often featuring humans in contrast to colossal tech projects. Brown's style evolved into one of the era's most dramatic. His first sci-fi magazine cover came out in the October 1933 issue of Astounding. His debut piece featuring futuristic designs appeared in Hugo Gernsback's Electrical Experimenter in 1916. He painted nearly 50 covers for Science and Invention from 1919 onwards and contributed to Argosy All-Story Weekly in the late 1920s.

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