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1947 to 1959

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1947

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1948

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1949

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1950

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1951

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1952

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1953

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1954

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1955 includes four pages of work by E.H.SHEPARD, an advertisement which includes a full_page illustration by TERENCE CUNEO, a double page portrait of The Queen by PIETRO ANNIGONI, examples of Trompe L'oeil, portraits by GAINSBOROUGH, RUBENS, BAROCCIO, LAWRENCE, and WEEDON GROSSMITH. A story by ANTHONY GILBERT illustrated by GORDON NICOLL, R.I.

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1956

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1957

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1958

Cover "The Rest On The Flight Into Egypt" painting on the cover by Filippino Lippi.

Illustrated London News - Christmas Supplement 1959

Cover illustration, " HELENA," by Gerard Ter Borch

IN FULL COLOUR
"CHILDREN IN THE COSTUME OF DIFFERENT AGES" A series of paintings illustrating this fascinating theme
Frontispiece "EMERENTIA" by Peter Soutman
"A VICTORIAN CHILD IN FANCY DRESS" Millais' famous and delightful picture "Cherry Ripe"
"CHILDREN'S COSTUMES IN THE SIXTEENTH, SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES." Five child studies by Raeburn, Velasquez, Netscher, Belle and an unknown Florentine
"TWO GROUP PORTRAITS OF CHILDREN," by Zoffany and Lancret
OTHER PICTURES IN FULL COLOUR "THE PLEASURES OF SUMMER AND WINTER SEEN BY FLEMISH PAINTERS." Two landscapes by Paul Brill and Jacob Grimmer
"CONTRASTING SEASONS" Two paintings by the eighteenth-century French artist Jean Pillement
"TWO WINTER LANDSCAPES," by Claude Monet
" THE RISING AND SETTING SUN." Two landscapes by Alan Reynolds
" GAMES, UTENSILS AND INSTRUMENTS USED IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY FRANCE" Two interior studies by Michel Corneille and Sebastien Stoskopff
"CRAFTSMEN WITH THEIR TOOLS" Two seventeenth-century paintings by Jean Tassel and Jan Baptist Weenix
"A THRILLER ON CANVAS: `DEATH AT THE BANQUET" by Angelo Caroselli, a painting that tells a story
THE "TRES RICHES HEURES DU DUC DE BERRY." Eight New Testament scenes from the greatest of illuminated manuscripts.
"MARGOT FONTEYN IN 'FIREBIRD' " the Ballet of Demons, Enchantments and Mercy Rewarded
"SIX ROMANTIC WILDFLOWER PAINTINGS" by Raymond Booth
"THE HAUNTED HOUSE" A painting of Murthly Castle in Perthshire by Millais
"SHROVE TUESDAY IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY" "The Pancake Maker," by Nicolaes Maes
WILLIAM HUNT'S painting of a young Illustrated London News reader of 1850: "The Temptress"
IN BLACK AND GOLD FOUR PAGES OF FAIRY TALES: "Thumbelina" and " Puss-in-Boots," illustrated with beautiful scissor-cuts by Lotte Reiniger

ARTICLES
"JIMMY, THE DOG IN MY LIFE" by Sir Arthur Bryant, Memories of the dog whom Sir Arthur Bryant made a world-wide character by his articles in our weekly issues
"FROM NUDITY TO PANTALETTES" An account of children's dress through the ages specially written by James Laver and lavishly illustrated with drawings by E. H. Shepard, the well-known artist of " Winnie-the-Pooh"
"ENGLISH GHOULIES AND GHOSTIES" by Robert Aickman, with five drawings by Juliet Pannett

STORY
"HOME FOR CHRISTMAS" by Marie Muir. Illustrated by Alan Crisp



 

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