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89 Fairchild, W.C.
W.C. Fairchild ~ W.C. Fairchild   (Artist)
"Barney Custer of Beatrice": All-Story Weekly: August 7, 14, 21, 1915 ~ Cover Art
 http://www.erbzine.com/mag7/0758.html

90 Faivre, Henry
Henry Faivre (Artist)
French
Artist for Hachette
Farmer, Philip Jose
Philip Jose Farmer  (Writer)
January 26, 1918 North Terre Haute, Indiana
A life-long ERB fan and acclaimed author who has written many ERB-related books
ERBzine 0065: Philip Jose Farmer Links to Edgar Rice Burroughs
Ref: Bill Hillman

91 Ferm, Anders
Anders Ferm  (Artists)
Sweden
Dutch Tarzan and Korak cover, Swedish student who did the covers for one Tarzan and one Korak cover

Fibiger, Milan
Milan Fibiger: M.A.(Artist, book illustrator, rock musician)
Prague. Czechoslovakia
www.milanfibiger.com/web
EDUCATION
•1979-1983 SUP Praha (Publicity art)
•1984-1990 VUP (Illustration - profesor J. Salamoun)
•Artist of year 2002
•Artist of year 2003
•Artist of year 2007
Since 1995, he has regularly exhibited his work. He uses classical painting techniques. With the technique of the black-and-white gouache, he folows the unique expression of the illustrations of Zdenek Burian.
His ERB artwork was showcased in April 2007 at the Tarzan art show in France organized by Philippe Badré, one of the leading French experts on Tarzan.
92 Fielding, Derek
Derek Fielding  (Writer)
European Tarzan comics, Series 22 #7
Fink, Robert
Robert Fink (Artist)
Swords of Mars: Blue Book Magazine: 1934 ~ 1935 six interiors 
93 Finlay, Virgil Warden
Virgil Finlay (Artist)
1914-1971
American Weekly, Amazing Stories, Fantastic Adventures, Captain Future, Strange Stories, Famous Fantastic Mysteries, Strange Stories, Thrilling Wonder Stories Tarzan novels
Learned art primarily through books, high school art classes, and the free night school at the Rochester, New York 

VIRGIL FINLAY (1914-1971): Virgil Warden Finlay was born July 23, 1914 in Rochester, NY. His father, Warden Hugh Finlay, was of Irish ancestry, and was a wood-lathe worker at a furniture shop. His mother, Ruth Finlay, raised their two children, Virgil and his younger sister Jean. They lived at the grandparent's home at 1220 Clifford Avenue. In 1935, when Virgil was 18 years old, his father died at age 40. This tragic event left the family to fend for themselves during the Great Depression. After high school Virgil Finlay worked as a house painter and also an assembly-line worker at a radio manufacturer. He sent unsolicited illustrations to his favorite pulp magazine, Weird Tales, and he was soon thrilled to recieve his first payments as a published freelance artist. In 1938 he moved to New York City and studied art at night classes at the Mechanics Institute, which is a socially conscious institution created by philanthropists to offer free technical classes to workers and their families. Finlay found steady work illustrating for The American Weekly. He also did interior art for pulp magazines such as Amazing, Fantastic Adventures, Strange Stories, and Captain Future. He married his high school sweetheart from Rochester, NY, Beverly Stiles, on November 16, 1938. They moved to 55 Cobalt Lane in Westbury, on Long Island, where they raised their daughter, Lail. During WWII, Finlay served in the U.S. Army as a combat engineer on Okinawa. After the war, he resumed his freelance art career by creating interior illustrations and cover paintings for Fantastic Novels, Super Science Stories, Thrilling Wonder, and Famous Fantastic Mysteries. In the 1950s Virgil Finlay worked for digest magazines like Astrology, Famous Science Fiction, If, and Galaxy. He also experimented with abstract art, creating large paintings on canvas. In the 1960s he worked for Magazine of Horror and even some DC comic books. Finaly also wrote poetry throughout his life, but it has only been published posthumously. He died of cancer at age 56 on January 18, 1971. ~  © David Saunders 2009
94 Fino, Serge
Serge Fino (Artist)
1914 - 1971   French
Mars and Monster Man novels

95 Fiora
Fiora (Artist)
French Edition Mars novels

96 Florese, Rudy
Rudy Florese (Artist)
Beyond the Farthest Star stories in the Tarzan Family, Korak comics

Floyd, Thomas
Thomas Floyd (Artist)
Moon Maid illustrations for the University of Nebraska, Bison Books Edition
97 Foster, Harold
Hal Foster (Artist, Writer)
16 August 1892 Halifax, Nova Scotia - 25 July 1982
Ref: Bill Hillman
ERBzine 0802: The Hal Foster Years

98 Fouad, A.
A. Fouad   (Artist)
Egypt
Tarzan movieposter from Egypt
99 Fraccio, William J.
Bill Fraccio  (Artist)
1924
Tarzan for Charlton

100 Frazetta, Frank
Frank Frazetta (Artist)
February 9, 1928, Brooklyn, NY ~ May 10, 2010, Fort Myers, Florida
Tarzan, Pellucidar novel covers for Ace
Brooklyn Academy of fine arts
ERBzine Features
www.ERBzine.com/ff

Frolich, Danny
Danny Frolich (Artist)
Forgotten Tales of Love and Murder ~ Guidry & Adams Editors and Publishers ~ 2001 ~ Cover and interiors
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