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Magarian and T. Magarian were the signatures for the joint works of artists Albert and Florence Magarian, a prominent husband-and-wife illustrator team known for artwork and cartoons in Ziff-Davis pulp magazines, such as Fantastic Adventures and Amazing Stories, in the 1940s.
“Three Eyes in the Dark,” a sketch for a Don Wilcox story, was the first of their stippled black-and-white interior illos appearing from 1941 through 1948. Albert drew the outlines of each piece; Florence did finishing work and added details.
Perhaps erroneously, Forry Ackerman remembered originals of the Magarians’ work being auctioned at Chicon in 1940, donated by Amazing editor Ray Palmer.
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