Meet the Author/Illustrator

William Low

Portrait of William Low

Chinatown is the first book William Low has both written and illustrated. As a child, he loved a painting he saw on the cover of a phone book. It showed some shops on a city street. Today, William Low paints his own scenes of city life. He also paints people, landscapes, and objects. He works in a dark basement studio, but his pictures are filled with light.


  • Most of us are born in hospitals. William Low was born in a taxicab!
  • Building things is a hobby of William Low's. He also enjoys working on his old house.

William Low
William Low has his own Web site. There, you can learn more about him and see many more of his paintings.


Photography Credit

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Other Books Illustrated by William Low

  • Stargone John
    (written by Ellen Kindt McKenzie)
  • The King, the Princess, and the Tinker
    (written by WEllen Kindt McKenzie)
  • Good Morning, City
    (written by Elaine Moore)
  • Lily
    (written by Abigail Thomas)
  • Wake Up, Wilson Street
    (written by Abigail Thomas)