An Enigma of an Artist
Gregg Gulbronson was a prolific romance cover artist in the genre for at least 20 years.
Readers of Anita Mills, Virginia Henley, Mary Jo Putney, Catherine Coulter, and other famous authors may be familiar with Gregg Gulbronson’s artwork.
The covers of numerous romance novels from the 1980s all the way up to the 2010s feature his captivating images. He collaborated with several publishers, including Zebra, Topaz/Jove, Warner Books/Popular Library, and more. His unique style and distinct signature, “Gregg,” make his pieces unforgettable.
Lamentably, there is little information on the internet about this talented man.
Gregg Gulbronson’s Romance Covers
From what I can tell, Gulbronson used spraying/airbrushing techniques, which made for a distinctive look. for his stunning artwork.
The romance covers he created all share a distinct and recognizable style. A hazy, dreamlike atmosphere surrounds the pictures of couples locked in loving embraces.
Like many other illustrators, Gregg transitioned to digital in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Keen-eyed readers should still be able to determine which covers are his, as Gulbronson is one of the rare digital artists to have signed his artwork.
Some other covers Gulbronson has done include those for Jennifer Roberson’s “Lady” series, which focuses on Lady Marian and Robin Hood.
Where Is Gregg Gulbronson Now?
Unfortunately, it seems that this talented artist has hung up on the romance genre. I have been unable to locate any recent designs by them from the 2020s.
Gregg Gulbronson now lives in New Jersey with his family.