illustrated letter by J E Millais to the Lemprière family

Detail from an illustrated letter by Sir John Everett Millais, Bt to the Lemprière family Photo: Rod Tidnam, Tate photography © Courtesy pr.

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pen and ink illustrated envelope depicting the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland which was published nine years earlier, with the artist’s initials “PB” incorporated into the design at foot, used from London to Hitchin and franked

Letter from R. Lortac to Edward Willis Redfield, Aug. 18, [ca. 1919].

¤ Illustrated letter from R. Lortac to Edward Willis Redfield. Robert Collard dit Lortac was a precursor.He did the first cartoons for ads and had a studio with up to 15 persons.

Dank in Farben (Thank You in Colours), illustrated guestbook of Alfred and Tekla Hess, 1957. Spread 8 recto

Dank in Farben (Thank You in Colours), illustrated guestbook of Alfred and Tekla Hess, Spread 8 recto

Dank in Farben (Thank You in Colours), illustrated guestbook of Alfred and Tekla Hess, 1957. Spread 0 recto

Dank in Farben (Thank You in Colours), illustrated guestbook of Alfred and Tekla Hess, Spread 16 recto

Dank in Farben (Thank You in Colours), illustrated guestbook of Alfred and Tekla Hess, 1957. Spread 11 verso

Dank in Farben (Thank You in Colours), illustrated guestbook of Alfred and Tekla Hess, Spread 11 verso

Dank in Farben (Thank You in Colours), illustrated guestbook of Alfred and Tekla Hess, 1957. Spread 3 verso

Dank in Farben (Thank You in Colours), illustrated guestbook of Alfred and Tekla Hess, Spread 3 verso

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