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Rack·ham

 (răk′əm), Arthur 1867-1939.
British artist known for his dreamlike illustrations for children's books.
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Rackham

(ˈrækəm)
n
(Biography) Arthur. 1867–1939, English artist, noted for his book illustrations, esp of fairy tales
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I LOVED ANYTHING ILLUSTRATED BY NC WYETH, ARTHUR RACKHAM, OR MAURICE SENDAK
Rebecca Solnit and Arthur Rackham (illustrator); CINDERELLA LIBERATOR; Haymarket Books (Children's: Juvenile Fiction) 17.95 ISBN: 9781608465965
Other memorable illustrations of 'Goblin Market' include the famous 20th-century designs by Florence Harrison and Arthur Rackham, the work of the latter being parodied by Kinuko Craft in 1973 for a set of lightly pornographic illustrations that appeared in Playboy magazine.
His influences include British "Golden Age" book illustrator Arthur Rackham, Czech Art Nouveau painter Alphonse Mucha, and comic-strip artist Hal Foster, among others.
He will also look at some of the giants of the 'golden age' such as Arthur Rackham, best known for his illustrations for classic fiction and children's literature and Edmund Dulac, the French-born, British-naturalised magazine and book illustrator.
The bewitching town was first illustrated by Arthur Rackham in 1928.
Her work is inspired by her love of Victoriana and is directly influenced by the golden-age illustrators such as Arthur Rackham and Sir John Tennial.
and drawings celebrating Alice in Wonderland by Mervyn Peake, Ralph Steadman, Leonard Weisgard, Arthur Rackham, Peter Blake and Salvador Dali.
As well as works by the author himself, Alice in Wonderland includes illustrations and drawings by Mabel Lucie Attwell, Peter Blake, Mervyn Peake, Ralph Steadman, Leonard Weisgard, Arthur Rackham, Salvador Dali and others.
As well as works by the author, Alice in Wonderland includes illustrations and drawings by Mabel Lucie Attwell, Peter Blake, Mervyn Peake, Ralph Steadman, Leonard Weisgard, Arthur Rackham, Salvador Dali and others.
Chapter Two explores these themes in light of Buzzati's references to Arthur Rackham's narrative art (paintings that depict literary narratives).