Cruikshank's Water Colours

Cruikshank's Water Colours

Book - 1903
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This unique collection of George Cruikshank's work captures his skills as an illustrator. Although extremely well-known for his work as a satirist, he was also an illustrator for prominent writers such as Charles Dickens. Within this books are three separate titles for which Cruikshank created illustrations and serves as a frame of reference for the artist's ability to create numerous artistic styles.
Publisher: London : A. & C. Black, 1903.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (485 p.)

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