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Re: [BKARTS] A dumb question



By "artist," do you mean "printer?"

If so, the colophon is the most logical and common location.  Authors and
illustrators usually seem to sign on the title page or FEP.




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Subject: [BKARTS] A dumb question


What is considered the preferred location for the artist's signature on a
book?



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