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Howard Pyle (1853, Wilmington Del. - 1911, Florence) was one of America’s most popular illustrators and storytellers at the end of the 19th century during a period of explosive growth in the publishing industry. His illustrations appeared in magazines like Harper’s Monthly, St. Nicholas, and Scribner’s Magazine, gaining him both national and international exposure. The broad appeal of his imagery made him a celebrity in his lifetime. Pyle studied at the Art Student’s League, New York City…

HOWARD PYLE - National Museum of American Illustration

HOWARD PYLE COMFORTING WORDS 1908, oil on canvas 25" x 18", signed lower right Tales of Pirates and Buccaneers, by: Howard Pyle, 1908, pg. 75 "Marjorie Mayloe would sit quite still, permitting Barnaby True to gaze into her eyes MAROONED 1887, oil on board 16" x 23", signed lower right "Buccaneers and Marooners of the […]

Sandra Hammond

The author and illustrator Howard Pyle was born today in 1853. These illustrations are from Howard Pyle’s Book of Pirates, a 1921 compilation of his famous pirate stories; its preface is reprinted below. Pirates, Buccaneers, Marooners, those cruel but picturesque sea wolves who once infested the Spanish Main, all live in present-day conceptions in […]

Elisa Motterle