Skip to main content

Home > The Magical World of Illustration > Famous Illustration Artists

Famous Illustration Artists Collection

Choose a picture from our collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts

Famous Illustration Artists Collection: Charles Dickens (1812-1870)

Charles Dickens (1812-1870) Collection
271 Items

Famous Illustration Artists Collection: English Artist & Illustrator, Walter Crane (1845-1915)

English Artist & Illustrator, Walter Crane (1845-1915) Collection
44 Items

Famous Illustration Artists Collection: Lewis Carroll (1832-1898) Illustrated Art Prints

Lewis Carroll (1832-1898) Illustrated Art Prints Collection
94 Items

Famous Illustration Artists Collection: Randolph Caldecott (1846-1886) Illustrations

Randolph Caldecott (1846-1886) Illustrations Collection
319 Items

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Victorian man driving a horse and cart

Victorian man driving a horse and cart
Vintage engraving of Victorian man driving a horse and cart. Strange Adventures of a Dog cart, by Randolph Caldecott

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Charles Dickens - The Signal Man

Charles Dickens - The Signal Man
Vintage colour engraving of a scene from Charles Dickens The Signal-Man from the Christmas Stories. I took you for some one else yesterday evening. That troubles me. E. G. Dalziel

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Mr Fezziwigs Ball

Mr Fezziwigs Ball
Vintage engraving of a scene from Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol - Mr Fezziwigs Ball

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: The Jabberwock

The Jabberwock
Vintage colour lithograph of The Jabberwock, from Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll, John Tenniel

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Walrus and the Carpenter

Walrus and the Carpenter
Vintage colour lithograph of The Walrus and the Carpenter, from Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll, John Tenniel

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland
Vintage colour lithograph of Alice and the Dodo, from Alices Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, John Tenniel

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Alice and Humpty Dumpty

Alice and Humpty Dumpty
Vintage colour lithograph of Alice and Humpty Dumpty, from Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll, John Tenniel

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Alice Holding a Bird, Alices Adventures in Wonderland

Alice Holding a Bird, Alices Adventures in Wonderland
A engraving of Alice taken from an original 1866 print of Alices Adventures in Wonderland written by Lewis Carroll and illustrated by John Tenniel

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Pickwick Papers

Pickwick Papers
The Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickins, Vol 1, title page drawn by Phiz (Hablot Knight Browne). (Photo by Rischgitz/Getty Images)

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Cheshire Cat on tree illustration, (Alices Adventures in Wonderland)

Cheshire Cat on tree illustration, (Alices Adventures in Wonderland)
Page scanned from an original book dated 1866, this is a colour illustration by John Tenniel from Lewis Carrolls Alices Adventures in Wonderland

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Alice and the Jabberwocky Knight engraving 1899

Alice and the Jabberwocky Knight engraving 1899
Thought the Looking-Glass and What Alice found there

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Bleak House by Charles Dickens

Bleak House by Charles Dickens
Vintage engraving from the works of Charles Dickens. From Bleak House. I am grown up, now, Guppy. I have arrived at maturity

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Walrus and carpenter illustration, (Alices Adventures in Wonderland)

Walrus and carpenter illustration, (Alices Adventures in Wonderland)
Page scanned from an original book dated 1870, this is a colour illustration by John Tenniel from Lewis Carrolls Through the Looking-glass

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Antique painting illustration: Charles Dickens

Antique painting illustration: Charles Dickens

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: White Rabbit, Alices Adventures in Wonderland

White Rabbit, Alices Adventures in Wonderland
A engraving of the White Rabbit taken from an original 1866 print of Alices Adventures in Wonderland written by Lewis Carroll and illustrated by John Tenniel

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Ghost of Christmas Present

Ghost of Christmas Present
Vintage engraving of a scene from Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol - Ghost of Christmas Present

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: The Mad Hatters Tea Party

The Mad Hatters Tea Party, from the Lewis Carroll Story Alice in Wonderland, Illustration by Sir John Tenniel 1871

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Neptunes Horses

Neptunes Horses
Vintage engraving showing Neptunes Horses by Walter Crane

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Dickenss Dombey and Son - pain and amazement

Dickenss Dombey and Son - pain and amazement
Vintage engraving of a scene from Charles Dickens Dombey and Son. During this conversation, Walter had looked from one brother to the other with pain and amazement

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Large family enjoying a victorian christmas dinner

Large family enjoying a victorian christmas dinner
Vintage engraving of from the story of the Curmudgeons Christmas, by Randolph Caldecott. Large family enjoying a victorian christmas dinner

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: The Workers May Pole

The Workers May Pole
Vintage engraving showing The Workers May Pole, by Walter Crane

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Charles Dickens - Tavistock House

Charles Dickens - Tavistock House
Vintage engraving from Forsters Life of Charles Dickens in the Household Edition by Fred Barnard. Tavistock House was the London home of the noted British author Charles Dickens

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Bleak House

Bleak House
Vintage engraving from the works of Charles Dickens. From Bleak House. I m Fly, says Jo. But Fen larksm you know. Stow hooking it

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: The north wind doth blow and we shall have snow

The north wind doth blow and we shall have snow
A mother shielding her daughter from the cruel north wind as they both contemplate a robin in the snow - The north wind doth blow and we shall have snow and what will poor robin do then, poor thing

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Engraving of writer Charles Dickens from 1870

Engraving of writer Charles Dickens from 1870

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Marleys Ghost

Marleys Ghost
Vintage engraving of a scene from Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol - Marleys Ghost

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Charles Dickens Sketches by Boz He raised his manacled hands

Charles Dickens Sketches by Boz He raised his manacled hands
Vintage engraving from Charles Dickens Sketches by Boz. He raised his manacled hands in a threatening attitude, fixed his eyes on his shrinking parent, and slowly left the room

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Nineteenth century schoolmaster

Nineteenth century schoolmaster
A kindly-looking nineteenth century schoolmaster holding a Latin text book. From " R. Caldecotts Second Collection of Pictures and Songs" containing " The Milkmaid"

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Queen Alice and frog illustration, (Alices Adventures in Wonderland)

Queen Alice and frog illustration, (Alices Adventures in Wonderland)
Page scanned from an original book dated 1870, this is a colour illustration by John Tenniel from Lewis Carrolls Through the Looking-glass

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
Vintage engraving of a scene from Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol - Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: John Gilpin

John Gilpin
Vintage engraving from the story The Diverting History of John Gilpin, people shouting at a rider as his charges through the village

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Victorian men driving a cart in the countryside

Victorian men driving a cart in the countryside
Vintage engraving of Victorian men driving a cart in the countryside. Strange Adventures of a Dog cart, by Randolph Caldecott

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Bleak House

Bleak House
Vintage engraving from the works of Charles Dickens. From Bleak House, Deportment

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Dickens, Bleak House, We are not so prejudiced

Dickens, Bleak House, We are not so prejudiced
Vintage engraving of a scene from the Charles Dickens novel Bleak House. We are not so prejudiced as to suppose that in private life you are otherwise than a very estimable man

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Charles Dickens Hard Times He went down on his knee

Charles Dickens Hard Times He went down on his knee
Vintage engraving from Charles Dickens Hard Times. Below the mark. He went down on his knee before her on the poor mean stairs, and put on end of her shawl to his lips

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: The Mystery of Edwin Drood, At the Piano

The Mystery of Edwin Drood, At the Piano
Vintage engraving of a scene from the Charles Dickens Novel The Mystery of Edwin Drood. At the Piano Illustration by Sir Luke Fildes

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: The Peacocks Complaint

The Peacocks Complaint
Vintage lithograph of scene from The Peacocks Complaint

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: David Copperfield, Charles Dickens, I am presented to Mrs. Micawber

David Copperfield, Charles Dickens, I am presented to Mrs. Micawber
Vintage engraving of a scene from the Charles Dickens novel David Copperfield.I am presented to Mrs. Micawber. llustration by Fred Barnard

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Charles Dickens - The Old Curiosity Shop

Charles Dickens - The Old Curiosity Shop
Vintage engraving of a scene from Charles Dickens novel The Old Curiosity Shop. It was flood tide when Daniel Quilp sat himself down in the wherry to cross to the opposite shore

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Charles Dickens - The Old Curiosity Shop

Charles Dickens - The Old Curiosity Shop
Vintage engraving showing a scene from Charles Dickenss novel The Old Curiosity Shop. Nelly, kneeling down beside the box, was soon busily engaged in her task

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Characters, Imagination, Alice in Wonderland, For Children, Illustration and Painting

Characters, Imagination, Alice in Wonderland, For Children, Illustration and Painting
Characters, Imagination, Alice in Wonderland, For Children, Illustra, Lewis Carroll (1832 1898) Illustrated Art Prints, 157375969

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Cheshire Cat

Cheshire Cat
1865: Alice talking to the Cheshire Cat in a scene from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Alice in Wonderland - 1st edition - pub

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Victorian fox hunt, 19th Century

Victorian fox hunt, 19th Century
Vintage engraving of a scene from the Legend of the Laughing Oak by, Randolph Caldecott. Victorian fox hunt, 19th Century

Background imageFamous Illustration Artists Collection: Dickens, Great Expectations, Pip and the escaped convict

Dickens, Great Expectations, Pip and the escaped convict
Vintage engraving of Scene from the Charles Dickens novel Great Expectations. Pip is accosted by the escaped convict, Abel Magwitch



All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping