Issues 31 to 40: Table of Contents
Issues generally include further material such as editorials, announcements, notes and queries, etc.
No. 41, Spring 2009
Thackeray as Draughtsman by Russell Sturgis (reprinted from Scribner's Monthly, June 1880).
Review: Dean's Rag Books and Rag Dolls by Peter and Dawn Cope (reviewed by Geoffrey Beare). Further illustrations from this book may be viewed in the Images section of this website.
Review: Words and Pictures: Writers, Artists and a Peculiarly British Tradition by Jenny Uglow (reviewed by Geoffrey Beare).
Bibliography: The Illustrators of the Merry-Go-Round: 3, Grace Beatrice Lodge (1893-1975) by William Connelly.
No. 42, Summer 2009
William Blake by Robin Hamlyn (transcript of lecture given to IBIS in 2008). Illustrations to accompany this talk may be viewed in the Images section of this website.
Bibliography: Mabel Dearmer compiled by Martin Steenson. Further illustrations from this book may be viewed in the Images section of this website.
The Patrician - more Peto and Fish... by William Connelly.
Bibliography: Charles Robinson Sykes by Annabel Watts.
No. 43, Winter 2009
Michael Foreman (transcript of lecture given to IBIS in 2009). Illustrations to accompany this talk may be viewed in the Images section of this website.
Review: Art and the Print:The Curwen Press Story by Alan Powers (reviewed by Geoffrey Beare)
Review: F L Griggs (1876–1938): The Architecture of Dreams by Jerrold Northrop Moore (reviewed by Geoffrey Beare)
Doing Justice to Henry: A Biographical Study of Henry Justice Ford by Carolyn Hares-Stryker, with bibliography. Illustrations to accompany this talk may be viewed in the Images section of this website.
No. 44, Spring 2010
Circus: The Pocket Review of our time by Geoffrey Beare.
Review: Tennyson Transformed by Jim Cheshire (reviewed by Paul Goldman)
Review: Illustrated Children's Books by Peter Hunt and Lisa Sainsbury (reviewed by Geoffrey Beare)
Enid Marx's Children's Books (1902-1988) article with bibliography by Ruth Artmonsky.
Letter to the Editor from Selwyn Goodacre: Additions to the bibliography of Harry Furniss published in IBIS Journal, number 3.
Bibliography: Meg Rutherford (1932-2006) by Amis Goldingham with introductory article.
No. 45, Summer 2010
Review: George Barbler: The Birth of Art Deco edited by Barbara Martorelli (reviewed by Denis Collins). Further illustrations to accompany this review may be viewed in the Images section of this website.
"Edith Farmiloe": article with bibliography by Geoffrey Beare. Further llustrations to accompany this artilce may be viewed in the Images section of this website.
Bibliography: "A List of Books Illustrated by Ernest Howard Shepard, 1879-1976" by Peter Duggan.
No. 46, Winter 2010
The House of Illustration by Patrick Janson-Smith
Searle and Beardsley by Simon Wilson
Philip Youngman Carter by B.A. Pike, article with bibliography of Carter's four illustrated books.
The Illustrations of Florence Susan Harrison, extensive article with full bibiography of Harrison's work by Mary Jacobs. The article reveals the historical mis-identification of F.S. Harrison's work.
No. 47, Spring 2011
John Piper and John Minton by Frances Spalding
Extracts from the lecture delivered at the Art Worker’s Guild, 12 May 2010
Sheldrake Press Kate Greenaway Range of Books by Geoffrey Beare
The 1890s Website
Dating Blackie’s Children’s Annuals by Geoffrey Beare
Review: Illustrated Periodicals of the 1860s by Simon Cooke, reviewed by Geoffrey Beare
Review: Peter Lunn: Children’s Publisher by Peter Main reviewed by Geoffrey Beare
Review: Linley Sambourne: Illustrator and Punch Cartoonist by Leonee Ormond reviewed by Amanda-Jane Doran
Review: The Strangest Genius. The stained glass of Harry Clarke by Lucy Costigan & Michael Cullen reviewed by Martin Steenson
Bibliography: Dorothy Mullock: ‘A Lady in Black’ by Bill Connelly
No. 48, Summer 2011
Claud Lovat Fraser by Peyton Skipwith. Transcript of the lecture delivered at the Art Worker’s Guild, 25 May 2011. Further illustrations from this talk may be viewed in the Images section of this website.
The Hard Work Behind the Printed Image: The du Maurier Collection at Exeter University by Simon Cooke
Review: The Old Stile Press ... the next ten years, A Bibliography 2000-2010 by Nancy Campbell, reviewed by Geoffrey Beare
Review: The Artist and the Poet (Leonard Baskin and Ted Hughes in Conversation, 1983) by Directed by Noel Chanan, reviewed by Mark Richards
Update: Vera Willoughby: An Early Work, Some Proposals and Unpublished Illustrations by William Connelly
Bibliography: The Book Illustrations of Frederick Cayley Robinson by Martin Steenson. Further illustrations may be viewed in the Images section of this website.
No. 49, Winter 2011
The Other 'Moxon Tennyson' by Simon Cooke
'Book Illustrations', by Charles Dickens reprinted from All The Year Round, 1867.
Lucien Freud by Martin Steenson. Notes on Freud's two illustrated books.
Review: Thomas Bewick – The Complete Illustrative Work by Nigel Taterfield, reviewed by Paul Goldman
Bibliography: Henry Ospovat by Geoffrey Beare.
Further illustrations to accompany articles in this issue can be seen in the Images section of this website.
No. 50, Spring 2011.
Special Issue with Original Cover by John Lawrence
Editorial by Jean Hedger.
Ronald Searle: A Personal Reiniscence by Luke Gertler and Francis Guilfoyle.
Original Illustrations in the Sale-Room: the Early Years by Mike Heseltine.
The Robin de Beaumont Collection by Paul Goldman
Growing up with an Illustrator for a Father by Jean Hedger
The Life and Work of Alan Odle by Martin Steenson
Reprinting Classic Texts by Simon Cooke
William Heath Robinson: an Enduring Passion by Geoffrey Beare
The Roles of Clubs and Societies by Mark Richards
Notes and Queries (a Darton Engraver by Mike Heseltine)
Rackham Thoughts by Robin Greer
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