|Died||September 17 2011 |
His work is noted for its remarkable detail and wonderful sense of line. The hands have an almost three-dimensional modeled quality.
An Army Aircorps pilot during World War II, Earle was a lifelong artist. He and his brothers produced architectural renderings of most major building projects in Philadelphia for forty years (1951-1992). Following "retirement" he applied his energy and talent to two of his passions–magic and origami–by illustrating books and magazines.
Books (as Illustrator)
- Secrets Draun from Underground
- Jennings '67
- Magie Duvivier
- Mastering the Art of Magic by Eugene Burger
- Folding Money Fooling by Robert Neale
- The Greater Artful Dodges of Eddie Fields by Jon Racherbaumer
- Gene Maze and the Art of Bottom Dealing
- Vis a Vis: A Jack Avis Book
- The Feints and Temps of Harry Riser
- The Mysteries of My Life: Rene Lavand
- The Berglas Effects