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Meet Richard Courtney.
Richard Courtney is a free-lance Illustrator / Fine Artist who has worked in publishing since the late seventies. His book credits include many national and international publishers, and – in collaboration with his wife, Tricia -- countless children’s books and educational projects for Random House, Grosset and Dunlap, Scholastic, Western (Golden Books) Publishing, and SRA/McGraw-Hill. In recent years Richard has been a top Illustrator for the popular “Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends” licensed character.
Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Richard has spent most of his life in the Midwest, but briefly lived in Arizona where he developed a love for the rugged landscapes of the western states. Later, he returned to the Midwest to pursue an education in Graphics. After graduating from Oral Roberts University with a B.A. in Commercial Illustration, Richard worked for several years at The Joplin Globe newspaper as a staff Editorial Artist. Aside from his work in book illustration, Richard in an accomplished oil painter, accepting commissions and exhibiting in galleries. His fine art favors Nostalgia, Western, and local Landscape themes. His studio is in Joplin, Missouri.
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