William Hofmann

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William Hofmann (1924–1995) was an artist who illustrated books in the late 1950s and the 1960s.


The works he illustrated include:

  • The First Easter (1959) by Peter Marshall
  • Five World Biographies (1961) edited by Leon Edel, Elizabeth S. White, Madolyn W. Brown
  • Four English Biographies Harcourt Brace & World, Inc, (1961) by J. B. Priestley, and O. B. Davis
  • The Blue of Capricorn (1962) by Eugene Burdick
  • Indian Uprising, Houghton Mifflin (1962) by George Cory Franklin
  • The Last Portage: The Biography of a Man Caught Between Two Worlds of the Frontier—Born a White, Raised an Indian]] (1962) by Walter O'Meara
  • Hero of Trafalgar: the Story of Lord Nelson (1963) by A.B.C. Whipple
  • Backtrack (1965) by Milton Lott
  • Time Was, Folkways Press (1965) by John Foster West
  • Phaëthon (1966) by Merrill Pollack
  • Heroes, Gods and Monsters of the Greek Myths (1966) by Bernard Evslin
  • Poems to Remember, Macmillan Company (1967) by Dorothy Petitt. Trade Paperback.

Dust jackets[edit]

He also illustrated the dust jackets of: