Hablot Knight Browne

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Noun1.Hablot Knight Browne - English illustrator of several of Dickens' novels (1815-1882)Hablot Knight Browne - English illustrator of several of Dickens' novels (1815-1882)
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Accompanied by his illustrator, Hablot Browne, Dickens stayed in Barnard Castle in County Durham and also nearby Great Bridge.
Readers who love their Dickens, will be familiar with "Phiz" (aka Hablot Browne) and "Boz" illustrators who brought uncanny visual impact to his writings, and often said as much about the harshness and cruelty (and amusement, it must be said) of everyday life for the less privileged as many of the lavish, wildly expensive oil paintings shown here.
Dickens and his illustrator Hablot Browne stayed at an inn, thought to be the Morrit Arms, whilst researching the novel In Dickens'' novel, it is the meeting point between Nicholas and Wackford Squeers.