Welsh illustrators

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  1. Adrian Dingle (comics)

    Adrian Dingle (comics)

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    Canadian painter and comic book cartoonist

  2. Anthony Williams

    Anthony Williams

    Trinidad and Tobago musician

  3. Carlton Hibbert

    Carlton Hibbert

    British musician and artist

  4. Frank Brangwyn

    Frank Brangwyn

    Anglo-Welsh artist, painter, water colourist, virtuoso engraver and illustrator, and progressive designer

  5. Graham Howells

    Graham Howells


    Graham Howells is a Welsh illustrator and children's author. Howells was born in Antwerp, Belgium, before moving to Pembroke Dock at the age of ten. He attended Bush Comprehensive School in Pembroke.

  6. Ifor Owen

    Ifor Owen

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  7. Jac Jones

    Jac Jones


    Jac Jones (born 1 March 1943) is a Welsh children's book illustrator.

  8. Jen Delyth

    Jen Delyth


    Jen Delyth (born 1962), is a Welsh-born artist and author, a contemporary Celtic art illustrator and author who has contributed to the Celtic folk tradition with her original Celtic art and designs based on Celtic mythology and symbolism.

  9. Jim Burns

    Jim Burns


    Jim Burns (born April 10, 1948) is a Welsh artist born in Cardiff, Wales. He has been called one of the Grand Masters of the science fiction art world.

  10. John Avon

    John Avon


    John Avon (born 1961 in Cardiff, Wales) is a fantasy and science fiction illustrator. His work has been used for book covers, CD covers, games, toys and advertising campaigns. He is best known for his artworks for the collectible card game, Magic: The Gathering, of which he has produced over 200 paintings.

  11. Pete Fowler

    Pete Fowler

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    Welsh, Artist

  12. Wayne McLoughlin

    Wayne McLoughlin


    Wayne McLoughlin is a Welsh-born artist who dedicates his drawings to nature. He began as a young explorer in Hampstead Heath, London, and later, in the swamps of northern Florida. McLoughlin first worked on creating illustrated humor parodies for national magazines, including Esquire, Omni, Next, Yankee, and National Lampoon. He made many illustrations for Citibank, Ford Motor Company, IBM, Motorola, Adidas, Texaco, MasterCard, the National Geographic Society, Audubon, Scientific American, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and the Nature Museum at Grafton, Vermont. His drawings can now be found in outdoor magazines such as Sports Afield and Sporting Tales, as well as many books and publications that focus on animals and aspects of nature, such as the bestselling Warriors novel series and now also the Seekers series.

  13. Wilfred Mitford Davies

    Wilfred Mitford Davies


    Wilfred Mitford Davies (23 February 1895 – March 1966) was a Welsh artist and publisher, best known for his work with the Cymru'r Plant imprint to produce children's reading matter in the Welsh language.

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