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Arthur Burdett Frost 1851-1928. Born in Philadelphia, he early turned to illustration. In 1876, Frost joined the art department at Harper & Brothers. In 1877 he went to London to study with some of the great cartoonists of the time. He returned to Philadelphia where he published several stories formed of sequential drawings with captions, pioneering the form that would later develop into comic strips and comic books. Frost illustrated over 90 books and produced hundreds of paintings; in addition to his work in illustrations, he is renowned for realistic hunting and shooting prints. In 1884, Frost published Stuff and Nonsense, an anthology of his works that advanced the concept of time-stop drawings and contained other innovations.