Issues 11 to 20: Table of Contents

Issues generally include further material such as editorials, announcements, notes and queries, etc.

From Gulliver's Travells, 1917

No. 11, Spring 1999

'Charles Keeping Revisited', a talk by Douglas Martin (given at a joint meeting of IBIS and PLA, 1998)

Review: Chlo Preston and the Peek-a-Boos by Mary Hillier (reviewed by Chiara Nicolini)

Review: William Blake's Illuminated Books - Collected Edition edited by David Bindman (reviewed by Geraldine Beare)

Notes and Queries; On Renascence, A Book of Verse by Walter Crane (Geoffrey Beare)

Bibliography: Brian Wildsmith, compiled by Douglas Martin, with introductory account of Wildsmith's career adapted from the essay by Douglas Martin in The Telling Line.

'Mr and Mrs Pepys at Home' by John Kettlewell from ;A Second Diary of the Great Warr'

No. 12, Summer 1999

'Experiences as a fine printer and the running of the Fleece Press' an account by Geoffrey Beare of the IBIS lecture given by Simon Lawrence.

'The Diaries of the Great Warr by M. Watson Williams and John Kettlewell' by William Connelly.

Review: Eric Fraser: designer & illustrator by Sylvia Backemeyer (reviewed by Robin de Beaumont)

Review: The Collectable World of Mabel Lucie Attwell by John Henty (reviewed by Chiara Nicolini)

Bibliography: Charles Folkard (compiled by Robin Greer)

Tailpiece by Robert Gibbings from the Golden Cockerel Press

No. 13, Winter 1999/2000

'Aspects of 20th Century Book Illustration: the second IBIS Day Seminar on 16 October 1999, account of the seminar by Geraldine Beare..

'Brangwyn in Bruges' an article on the Brangwyn museum in Bruges by Roger Woolnough.

Bibliography: Nora Lavrin compiled by William Connelly with introductory article, 'From Aesop's Fables to Casterbriski Zupan, The Life and Work of Nora Lavrin (ne Fry) 1897-1985' by William Connelly.

Headpiece by EVB for Tennyson's 'The May Queen'

No. 14, Spring 2000

'To Hold the Mirror up to ... Shakespeare: Illustration as a Tragic Art', transcript of a talk given to IBIS by John Harvey.

Review: John Ruskin - A Life in Pictures by James S Deardon (reviewed by Simon Houfe).

Bibliography: Eleanor Vere Boyle (EVB) compiled by Robin de Beaumont with introductory article by Margaret de Wend-Fenton.

'The Suicide Club Meets' by Olga Lehmann

No. 15, Summer 2000

Review: The Dictionary of Twentieth-Century British Cartoonists and Caricaturists by Mark Bryant (reviewed by Geoffrey Beare).

'Daniel Maclise and Fraser's Magazine' by Roger Woolnough.

'High Church Piracy?' and article on The Penny Post by Simon Houfe.

Obituries: William Stobbs, Edward Gorey.

Bibliography: Olga Lehmann by William Connelly with introductory essay, 'Olga Lehmann: Radio Times' by William Connelly.

"How Beautiful the Stars Are!" an illustration by A H Watson for 'The Land Where Tales Are Told', 1930.

No. 16, Winter 2000

'Illustrated books at the Plantin-Moretus Museum' by Roger Woolnough.

'Collecting Series'

'N 1 - New Excursions into English Poetry' by Martin Steenson.

'N 2 - The Beeton's Boy's Own Library' by J le Pla.

Bibliography: Alice H Watson compiled by Robin Greer with introductory essay by Vanessa Whinney.

'Heinrich Frauenlob', an illustration by Matthew J Lawless for 'Once a Week', 1862

No. 17, Spring 2001

'The Ubiquitous Dolly Tree' by Gary Chapman.

Review: The Pre-Raphaelite Illustrators by Gregory Suriano (reviewed by Robin de Beaumont)

Review: Edward Ardizzone: Sketches for Friends by Judy Taylor (reviewed by Geoffrey Beare)

Review: William Blake by Robin Hamlyn and Michael Phillips (reviewed by Geraldine Beare)

Review: Come Christmas by Eleanor Farjeon (reviewed by Geoffrey Beare)

Review: Postcards from the Nursery by Dawn and Peter Cope (reviewed by Robin Greer)

Bibliography: Margaret Horder compiled by William Connelly, with introductory article, An Australian Illustrator; Margaret Horder (1903-1978) by William Connelly..

Illustration by R.A. Brandt for 'The Black Cat' by Edgar Allen Poe

No. 18, Summer 2001

'IBIS Aural History Project', a proposal by Peter Cope.

'Collecting Series N 3 - The Flowers of Parnassus' by Geoffrey Beare.

Review: The Book Illustrations of Rigby Graham by Ian Rogerson (reviewed by Geoffrey Beare)

Bibliography: The Published Illustrations of RA Brandt by Geoffrey Beare with an essay by John Keir Cross.

No. 19, Winter 2001

Wood-engraving by Sister Margaret Tournour

'The Uses of Imagination :Mime, Mise-en-Scene and the Moment in Book Illustration', an account of a talk given to IBIS members by Quentin Blake on 25 October 2001.

'Flowers for the Britains who Died helping Serbs: Mabel Dearmer' by William Connelly.

Bibliography: Margaret Tourner compiled by William Connelly with introductory article 'Sister Margaret Tournour: Engraver' by William Connelly.

Headpiece by Thomas Lowinsky for 'The Princess of Babylon' (1927)

No. 20, Spring 2002

Obituary: Paul Hogarth.

Review: The Book Decorations of Thomas Lowinsky by Colin Myers (reviewed by Robin de Beaumont)

'J.D. Watson - Pre-Raphaelite Illustrator of Childhood' by Simon Houfe.

Bibliography: Harry Furniss compiled by Dr Gareth Cordery.

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