|If you are as old as I am, you may have remembered him fighting the windmill with a huge toothbrush from some Saturday morning commercial|
However, he was too hard core for that. He made his art as prints. Which means that he took a block of wood and carved out everything that is white. Then he would dip the block in ink and press it onto the paper. On top of all that, he never had any formal training. He is completely self taught. That might be one reason that the art critics of his day did not like him.
He did illustrations for many books, some you may teach, like...
|Take that, Satan!|
|The students always points out that he doesn't have three faces, but it is still a cool image. If you look closely enough, you can see him chewing on Judas.|
Idylls of the King
Rime of the Ancient Mariner
This is only a sample. If you teach old stuff (which you probably do), there is a possibility that he did a plate for it. You can see more of his work here: