Issues 31 to 40: Table of Contents

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

Illustration by Helen Allingham for 'The Adventures of a Brownie' (1872)

No. 31/32, Winter 2005 / Spring 2006

Bibliography: Wyndham Payne compiled by William Connelly with comprehensive biographical essay and coloured insert.

'Ronald E Balfour' by Martin Steenson with bibliography.

Bibliography: Helen Allingham compiled by Annabel Watts with introductory article.

Illustration by John Vernon Lord for 'The Hunting of the Snark'

No. 33, Summer 2006

'Fifty Years of Illustration' by John Vernon Lord adapted from the talk given to IBIS, 2008.

'A Neglected Victorian Illustrator: Henry Courtney Selous' by Simon Cooke.

Review: Artist of Wonderland: The Life, Political Cartoons and Illustrations of Tenniel by Frankie Morris (reviewed by David Lockwood)

Review: The Wood Engravings of Agnes Miller Parker by Ian Rogerson (reviewed by Mike Heseltine)

Review: Early Victorian Illustrated Books: Britain, France and Germany 1820-1860 by John Buchanan-Brown reviewed by Geoffrey Beare.

Correspondence:; Some Anne Anderson additions (Ian Johnson)

Bibliography: Alec Buckles by William Connelly with introductory article.

Illustration to 'Cinderella' by H. Granville Fell

No. 34, Winter 2006

'Two Additions to the Bibliography of Illustrated Editions of "The Ancient Mariner"' by Geoffrey Beare.

'Notes on My Own Books for Children' by Walter Crane, reprinted from The Imprint, 1913.

'Collecting Series: Nº 4 - Banbury Cross' by Jean Hedger and Mike Heseltine with introductory article and bibliography.

'W Graham Robertson', a newly discovered addition to the bibliography in Studies no. 28 by Geoffrey Beare.

Ronald Balfour, feedback on the identity of Ronald Balfour extracted from The Book Collector, Autumn 2006.

Bibliography: Francis Donkin Bedford compiled by Robin Greer, with an introductory article Hugh Bedford.

'Afternoon Tea', a drawing by Eric Ravilious for Green Line Buses

No. 35, Spring 2007

'Eric Ravilious and Edward Bawden', an account of the IBIS lecture given by Peyton Skipwith.

'Database of Mid-Victorian Wood-Engraved Illustration (DMVI)' by Julia Thomas

An appeal on behalf of the Sime Gallery

Review: Looking at prints, Drawings and Watercolours: A Guide to Technical Terms by Paul Goldman (reviewed by Geoffrey Beare)

'Over-Illustration' by Charles T Congdon, an abridged version of an article originally published in North American Review, 1884

'An Illustrator of Dickens, Hablot Knight Browne ("Phiz")', by Arthur Allchin, article originally published in the Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 1893.

Bibliography: Original editions of Charles Dickens' Works, illustrated by H.K. Browne.

An illustration by Keith Vaughan for 'The Adventures of Tom Sawyer' (1947)

No. 36, Summer 2007

'Rex Whistler' an edited transcript of the IBIS Midsummer Lecture given by Stephen Calloway.

Correspondence: Illustrated Editions of Jane Austen (from Vera Quin)

'Ronald Balfour: Additional Information' by Martin Steenson

Bibliography: Keith Vaughan compiled by Martin Steenson

Review: The Art of Omar Khayyam. Illustrating FitzGerald's "Rubaiyat" by William H Martin and Sandra Mason (reviewed by Robert Irwin)

Bibliography: 'A Paying Profession for Clever Girls, Part 1: Anne Harriet Fish' compiled by and with an introduction by William Connelly

An illustration by Gladys Peto for 'Egypt and the Sojourner' (1928)

No. 37, Winter 2007

Correspondence: M Dorothy Hardy (from Barry Johnson)

Correspondence: Minnie Dibdin Spooner (from Alec Hamilton)

Review: Beresford Egen by Adrian Woodhouse (reviewed by Mike Heseltine)

Review: An Edwardian's View of Dickens & His Illustrators: Harry Furniss's "A Sketch of Boz" by Gareth Cordery (reviewed by Geoffrey Beare)

Bibliography: 'A Paying Profession for Clever Girls, Part 2: Gladys Peto', compiled by and with an introductory article by William Connelly.

'Threadneedle Street' an illustration by MacDonald Gill for 'Nursery Rhymes of London Town' by Eleanor Farjeon (1916)

No. 38, Spring 2008

'Eleanor Farjeon and her Illustrators' by Anne Harvey adapted from her lecture given to IBIS.

Review: A Guide to the Printed Work of Jessie M King by Colin White (reviewed by Mike Heseltine)

Review: Fantasy and Faith: The Art of Gustave Doré, edited by Eric Zafran (reviewed by Geoffrey Beare)

Bibliography: John Minton, compiled by and with an introductory article by Martin Steenson

Frontispiece by Charles Robinson from 'The Secret Garden' (1911)

No. 39, Summer 2008

'Charles Robinson and the Garden of Childhood' by Jean Hedger, based on the 2008 IBIS Summer Lecture. Further images relating to this article can be seen in the Images section of this website.

'The Journal of Illustration Studies', an account by Geoffrey Beare of the new publication.

Correspondence: Helen Jacobs drawing (from Michael Titterington).

Reviews: Tea and a Slice of Art by Charlie Batchelor (reviewed by Martin Steenson)

Bibliography: Robert Stewart Sherriffs, compiled by and with introductory article by Geoffrey Beare.

'Snow-white' a scraperboard illustration by Joyce Dennys from Quiet Corner Tales, 1944

No. 40, Winter 2008

'More Than Just The Margins', an appreciation of Pauline Baynes (1922-2008) by Brian Sibley.

Review: The Art Deco Book in France by Gordon N Ray (reviewed by Denis Collins).

'A Paying Professions for Clever Girls, Part 3: Joyce Dennys' by William Connelly. Further images relating to this article can be seen in the Images section of this website.



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