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American Illustrators Gallery

http://www.americanillustrators.com/

Features image gallery of artists from the "Golden Age of Illustration".

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SurLaLune Fairy Tale Illustration Gallery

http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/illustrations/index.html

Classic fairy tale illustrations by Arthur Rackham, George Cruikshank, Jessie Willcox Smith, Edmund Dulac, Gustave Dore, Walter Crane, and Kay Nielsen.

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The Camelot Project: Artists

http://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/artmenu.htm

Artists who have illustrated versions of the Arthurian legends, with their work.

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The Iconography of Milton's ''Paradise Lost''

http://myweb.stedwards.edu/georgek/milton/icon.htm

Illustrations by: Gustav Dor, John Martin, John B. Medina, Benard Lens. Also: Burney, Westall, Hayman, and Blake.

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Tusche, Tone And Stone: 19th Century News

http://graphicwitness.org/group/inpress.htm

Illustrated discussion of 19th and early 20th century periodicals, and the artists whose work they published.

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Victorian Illustrators

http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/speel/illus/illus.htm

19th century illustration by Millais, Leighton, William Morris and an extensive list of other British artists.

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Women Children's Book Illustrators

http://www.ortakales.com/Illustrators/

Women illustrators from the Victorian period up to World War II, a project by Denise Ortakales.

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World of the Child

http://www.lib.udel.edu/ud/spec/exhibits/child/index.htm

Exhibition at the University of Delaware Library. 200 years of illustrated books, the ealiest of which were not aimed exclusively at children.

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