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History of Illustration 2
Module 2: 1870-1880 The Golden Age Begins
A. The Civil War and its outcome transformed the United States of America.
B. In the aftermath of the Civil War, newspapers and magazines emerged as the first true mass media.
C. Central to the growth of these publications, especially the new national magazines such as Life, Harper's Weekly, and Scribner's Monthly, was the rapidly expanding railroad system.
D. As the newspapers and magazines continued to grow and expand, they invested in printing improvements and competed for the best illustrators.
E. These staff positions provided invaluable training and opportunities, especially for the more ambitious illustrators.
F. Illustration was becoming so necessary to publishing that an "illustration industry" began to form.
1. Frederic Remington- Found his life's passion in the American West -- and who made it a legend
2. Arthur Burdett Frost- whose brilliant pen drawings made him one of the first great American c
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