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  1. It was published in 1915 for the benefit of the Red Cross at the First World War, and it was called Edmund Dulac’s Picture Book. It was a wonder, full of the most beautiful illustrations by Edmund Dulac and also Arthur Rackham who was one of the other celebrated illustrators of the day. It was a book of fairy stories.

  2. 31/12/2014 · Edmund Dulac's picture-book for the French Red cross by Dulac, Edmund, 1882-1953 Publication date [1916?] Topics Fairy tales, English literature -- Translations from foreign literature Publisher London Pub. for the Daily telegraph by Hodder and Stovghton Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Robarts - University of Toronto

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  3. (1 of 191) Edmund Dulac's picture-book for the French Red Cross [microform] by Dulac, Edmund, 1882-1953 Publication date 1916 Topics Fairy tales, Contes des fées Publisher London ; Toronto : Pub. for the Daily Telegraph by Hodder and Stoughton Collection

  4. 07/06/2014 · Edmund Dulac's Picture-Book for the French Red Cross by Edmund Dulac - Free Ebook Project Gutenberg 68,090 free ebooks 14 by Edmund Dulac Edmund Dulac's Picture-Book for the French Red Cross by Edmund Dulac Download This eBook Similar Books Readers also downloaded… Bibliographic Record

    • Edmund Dulac
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    Reproduction of illustrators’ work from this period employed a technique of colour photography that resulted in a near exact copy of the original. This half-tone technique was developed by Carl Hentschel and involved three negatives taken through different coloured filters from which blocks could print yellow, red and blue half tone elements of a p...

    Edmund made his first painting as a child of eight years – a landscape with a cottage on the lid of a wooden box. By age twelve his painting showed sensitive observations and a sound technical ability. By 16 he showed an interest in studying people in their everyday activities, reflecting a flair for character and movement. Despite these early sign...

    These contacts led to an association with Leicester Galleries where he submitted works to their annual exhibitions; and with Hodder & Stoughton, who acquired the publishing rights for many of Dulac’s artworks for their illustrated gift book series. Under this arrangement Hodder & Stoughton produced Sindbad the Sailor and Other Stories from the Arab...

  5. Edmund Dulac's picture-book for the French Red cross by Edmund Dulac 4.17 avg rating — 6 ratings — published 1915 — 18 editions