A SAMPLE OF ILLUSTRATED BOOKS BY VARIOUS ARTISTS
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“The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam” Translated by Edward Fitzgerald, with an introduction by Laurence Housman. Collins Clear-Type Press, London & Glasgow
Four full page Color Plates and many additional Decoations by Charles Robinson
“Evangeline” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow with 32 Illustrations by Howard Chandler Christy. Bobbs-Merrill Co. Indianapolis 1905 First Edition Thus
“A Little Pilgrimage in Italy” by Olave M. Potter with 8 coloured plates and illustrations by Yoshio Markino. Constable and Co. LTD. London, 1911 First Edition
“Worcestershire” Described by A. G. Bradley with 24 illustrations from paintings by Thomas Tyndale. A. C. Black, London, 1909 First Edition
“The Line of Love” by James Branch Cabell. 10 Illustrations in color by Howard Pyle Harper & Brothers, New York 1905 First Edition
“Gallantry” by James Branch Cabel 4 Tipped in Illustrations in color by Howard Pyle Harper & Brothers, New York 1907 First Edition
Price: $225.00 Near Fine
“The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood of Great Renown, in Nottinghamshire” Written and Illustrated by Howard Pyle Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York 1884 23 Full page Black & White illustrations with many Head-Pieces and Tail-Pieces,
“As You Like It” by William Shakespeare. Profussely Illustrated in Colour and Line by John Austen. Six Tipped in Color & 15 B&W illustrations. William Jackson. London 1930
“Awakening” by John Galsworthy Illustrated by R. H. Sauter. Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York 1920 First Edition
“Loyalties” by John Galsworthy. With eight Plates by S. Van Affe. Duckworth, London. 1930. First illustrated English edition after the limited numbered edition of 315 copies. Tipped in on FFEP is a signed, dated letter from Galsworthy with the envelope also in Galsworthy’s hand.
“Princess September and the Nightingale” by W. Somerset Maugham. Illustrated by Richard C. Jones. Tipped in Signature by Maugham on FFEP. Oxford University Press, 1939. First Edition Thus
“N by E” by Rockwell Kent Brewer & Warren, New York. 1930 First Edition 8 Full page illustrations and many others.
“Salamina” by Rockwell Kent. Harcourt Brace, New York 1935 First Edition Many other Kent illustrated volumes.
“Mother of Pearl” by Anatole France. With 12 Full Page Illustrations by Frank C. Pape.
John Lane, London 1929
“The Adventures of Maya The Bee” by Waldemar Bonsels. Illustrated with 6 color double page illustrations by Vera Bock. Albert & Charles Boni, New York. 1929
Many volumes in the Charles Scribner’s Sons’ Classic Illustrated Series with illustrations in color by artists such as W. J. Aylward, Frank E. Schoonover, Jessie Willcox Smith, George Wharton Edwards, Will James, N.C. Wyeth and others. Many first editions.