Artist Profile: Tom Dunn (1922 — 2004)


Tom Dunn was a prolific paperback cover illustrator but I couldn’t find much biographical information on him.  I did learn that Dunn served with the Marines during World War II and became a commercial illustrator after returning home from the war.

Fortunately, Dunn’s work can speak for itself:

Diamond In The SkyEach Bright RiverMaridos BeachNo Villain Need BeOut of EdenSoldier of FortuneThe Build Up BoysThe Girls of S FThe Hound of EarthThe Long GoodbyeThe ParasitesThe Pocket BookThe Postman Always Rings TwiceThe Wild Life

One response to “Artist Profile: Tom Dunn (1922 — 2004)

  1. Pingback: Artwork of the Day: The Lost Eagles (by Tom Dunn) | Through the Shattered Lens

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