Arts / Art- History / British book illustrators 1860 -- 1900.  A bibliography.  First series by Charles Baker , Editor Charles Baker , Editor                                         Birmingham bookshop  1978: copy number 220 of 1000 limited copies: Brown cloth hardcover in dust jacket, with gilt lettering to spine : 186 pages: black and white illustrations( some full-page)  throughout; 2 set-in colour plates, Dance-a -Baby by Francis D Bedford from Book of Nursery Rhymes,  and From the Hind In The Wood by Walter Crane. Synopsis:  The reasons for producing this book are listed on the first page, and include:- the aim of locating works illustrated by a particular artist in book form;  the ascertainment of  completeness of the items included,  bearing in mind that many illustrated works have no list of  illustrations , or are unpaginated; to enable the identification of the first illustrated edition by a particular illustrator; and to enable the identification of anonymous works of illustrators by using the included author/title index.  Notes on the making of the  bibliography are followed by a list of illustrations, with  illustrators arranged in alphabetical order.  Black and white examples of many illustrations and works by the following illustrators included :- Edwin Abbey, Alexander Anstead, Charles R B Berritt, John Dickinson Batten, Amelia Bauerle, Lewis Baumer, Robert A. Bell, Percy Billingshurst, Frank Brangwyn, William E  Britten, Charles Brock, Henry Brock, Leonard L Brooke , Gordon Browne, Randolph Caldecott, Edith  Calvert, Herbert Cole, William C. Cooke, Walter Crane, Marion Dunlop, Nellie  Erichsen, Herbert Fell, Henry Ford, John Fulleylove, Harry Furnace, Arthur Gaskin, Georgina Gaskin, Charles Gere , Winifred Green, Kate Greenaway, Everly Harding, Charles Harper, Misses  Violet and E Holden, William Hole, Laurence Housman, Frederick Kitton, William Hyde, Alfred  Garth Jones, Celia Levetus , William Macdougall, Archie Macgregor, Frederick Mason, H R  Millar, Thomas Sturge Moore, Louis  Fairfax Muckley, Edmund Hort  New, Henry Ospovat, Henry MarriotPagett, Carton  Moore Park, J Bernard Partridge, Frederick Pegram, Joseph Pennell, Rosy Pitman, Arthur Rackham, George Reid, Charles Ricketts, Charles Robinson, Thomas Heath Robinson, William Heath Robinson, Claude Allin Shepperson , Bernard Sleigh, William Strang, Helen Stratton, Edmund J. E. Sullivan, Hugh Thomas, Arthur Walker, John Weguelin , Charles Whymper, Paul Vincent Woodroffe, Alice B. Woodward, Patten Wilson, Alan Wright,. Condition: dust jacket aged with rubbed edges: lower spine edge bumped: the occasional faint brown discoloration spot to endpapers and page margins : overall clean,  good and collectable                                                           used books
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  • Book Title: British book illustrators 1860 -- 1900. A bibliography. First series
  • Author: Charles Baker , Editor
  • ISBN: 09506 337 04
  • Publisher: Birmingham bookshop
  • Year Published: 1978
  • Our Normal Price: £55.00 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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  • Description: Birmingham bookshop 1978: copy number 220 of 1000 limited copies: Brown cloth hardcover in dust jacket, with gilt lettering to spine : 186 pages: black and white illustrations( some full-page) throughout; 2 set-in colour plates, Dance-a -Baby by Francis D Bedford from Book of Nursery Rhymes, and From the Hind In The Wood by Walter Crane. Synopsis: The reasons for producing this book are listed on the first page, and include:- the aim of locating works illustrated by a particular artist in book form; the ascertainment of completeness of the items included, bearing in mind that many illustrated works have no list of illustrations , or are unpaginated; to enable the identification of the first illustrated edition by a particular illustrator; and to enable the identification of anonymous works of illustrators by using the included author/title index. Notes on the making of the bibliography are followed by a list of illustrations, with illustrators arranged in alphabetical order. Black and white examples of many illustrations and works by the following illustrators included :- Edwin Abbey, Alexander Anstead, Charles R B Berritt, John Dickinson Batten, Amelia Bauerle, Lewis Baumer, Robert A. Bell, Percy Billingshurst, Frank Brangwyn, William E Britten, Charles Brock, Henry Brock, Leonard L Brooke , Gordon Browne, Randolph Caldecott, Edith Calvert, Herbert Cole, William C. Cooke, Walter Crane, Marion Dunlop, Nellie Erichsen, Herbert Fell, Henry Ford, John Fulleylove, Harry Furnace, Arthur Gaskin, Georgina Gaskin, Charles Gere , Winifred Green, Kate Greenaway, Everly Harding, Charles Harper, Misses Violet and E Holden, William Hole, Laurence Housman, Frederick Kitton, William Hyde, Alfred Garth Jones, Celia Levetus , William Macdougall, Archie Macgregor, Frederick Mason, H R Millar, Thomas Sturge Moore, Louis Fairfax Muckley, Edmund Hort New, Henry Ospovat, Henry MarriotPagett, Carton Moore Park, J Bernard Partridge, Frederick Pegram, Joseph Pennell, Rosy Pitman, Arthur Rackham, George Reid, Charles Ricketts, Charles Robinson, Thomas Heath Robinson, William Heath Robinson, Claude Allin Shepperson , Bernard Sleigh, William Strang, Helen Stratton, Edmund J. E. Sullivan, Hugh Thomas, Arthur Walker, John Weguelin , Charles Whymper, Paul Vincent Woodroffe, Alice B. Woodward, Patten Wilson, Alan Wright,. Condition: dust jacket aged with rubbed edges: lower spine edge bumped: the occasional faint brown discoloration spot to endpapers and page margins : overall clean, good and collectable
  • Condition: Collectable- Very Good
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  • Binding: Hardback
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