- Author:Walter Crane
- Publisher:Dodo Press (October 31, 2008)
- Pages:72 pages
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Walter Crane (1845-1915) was an English artist. Born in Liverpool, he was part of the Arts and Crafts movement. In 1864 he began to illustrate a series of Sixpenny Toy-Books of Nursery Rhymes in three colours for Edmund Evans
Walter Crane (1845-1915) was an English artist. He produced paintings, illustrations, childrena?s books, ceramic tiles and other decorative arts. In 1864 he began to illustrate a series of Sixpenny Toy-Books of Nursery Rhymes in three colours for Edmund Evans. He was allowed more freedom in a series beginning with The Frog Prince (1874) which showed markedly the influence of Japanese art, and of a long visit to Italy following his marriage in 1871. From the early 1880s, Crane was closely associated with the Socialist movement.
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Walter Crane (1845 – 1915), was an English artist and book illustrator
Walter Crane (1845 – 1915), was an English artist and book illustrator. He is considered to be the most influential, and among the most prolific, children’s book creator of his generation.
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The Baby's Opera - A Book of Old Rhymes with New Dresses - Illustrated by Walter Crane.
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John Gay (1685-1732) was an English poet and dramatist. He is best remembered for The Beggar's Opera (1728), set to music by Johann Christoph Pepusch. The characters, including Captain Macheath and Polly Peachum, became household names. In 1715, probably with some help from Pope, he produced What d'ye Call it?, a dramatic skit on contemporary tragedy, with special reference to Thomas Otway's Venice Preserved. In 1716 appeared his Trivia; or, The Art of Walking the Streets of London, a poem in three books, for which he acknowledged having received several hints from Swift.
Walter Crane (1845-1915) is today best known for his ornately illustrated 19th century children’s books. He designed artwork for the British master printer Edmund Evans in a variety of capacities for ten years, before Randolph Caldecott and Kate Greenaway joined him as Evans’ triumvirate of children’s Toy Book illustrators. In life, Crane was inspired by the ideals of socialism and in particular the work of William Morris.
Published May 9th 2008 by Dodo Press. Published April 22nd 2012 by Routledge. Author(s): Walter Crane, Edmund Evans (Illustrator). ISBN: 1409911578 (ISBN13: 9781409911579).
Publication date 27 Jul 2007. Publisher Dodo Press. Publication City/Country Gloucester, United Kingdom.
Publication date 27 Jul 2007. Illustrations note Illustrations, black and white. ISBN13 9781406539066. Bestsellers rank 1,528,004.