(1932 - 2010)
H. Tom Hall was active/lived in Pennsylvania, New York. H Hall is known for children's books and magazine illustration, landscape, historical and figure painting.
Biography H. Hall
H. Tom Hall (1932-2010)
Combining the skills of a story-telling illustrator and those of a classical painter, Hall became famous as a paperback book cover illustrator during the 1970s, with over 200 book covers to his credit. These include blockbusters like The Thorn Birds and Shanna which sold millions of copies. Later his paintings graced the fronts of books like Anne Rice's Interview with a Vampire and Colleen McCullough's The Grass Grown and The First Man in Rome. His employers were some of the top name publishers in the industry like Bantam, Warner, Ballantine, Avon, Reader's Digest, and others.
Tom Hall was born in 1932 and grew up in Prospect Park, Pennsylvania.
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