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Artists whose names begin with 'B'
Albert Bailey, illustrator whose work appeared in The Bystander and The Tatler in the 1920s. Images here
Baird, Art Deco illustrator whose work appeared in The Sketch and The Bystander, late 1920s to early 1930s. Images here
Captain Bruce Bairnsfather (1887-1959), British cartoonist whose most famous creation was the character of curmudgeonly soldier Old Bill, published in The Bystander during World War One. Images here
Shirley Baker (1932-2014), British photographer, best known for her street photography in Salford and Manchester in the 1960s. Images here
George Barbier (1882-1932), French fashion illustrator and designer of theatre and ballet costumes, 1910s to early 1930s. Also wrote essays for influential fashion magazine Gazette du Bon Ton. Images here
William Barribal (1874-1952), British illustrator, designer and commercial artist. Images here
Jonathan Barry, contemporary Irish book and fairy tale illustrator. Images here
Henry Mayo Bateman (1887-1970), British humorous artist and cartoonist, especially known for his series 'The Man Who…' featuring comic reactions to social gaffes. Images here
Lewis Baumer (1870-1963), English artist and caricaturist. Images here
Pauline Baynes (1922-2008), English illustrator, notably of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkein. Images here
Aubrey Beardsley (1872-1898), English illustrator and leading light of the Aesthetic movement whose highly-stylised black ink drawings were hugely influential. Images here
Samuel Begg (1854-1936), British artist who worked principally for the Illustrated London News. Images here
Patrick Bellew (1905-1984), Irish cartoonist whose work appeared in The Tatler, The Bystander and Men Only in the 1930s. He later worked as a commercial artist in the US. Images here
John Benton-Harris, American-born photographer. Staff photographer for short-lived magazine London Life chronicling the Swinging Sixties. His documentary style images have featured in many one-man and group exhibitions. Images here
Andrew Besley, British photographer, a specialist in the topography of Somerset, Devon and Cornwall, with many years of experience. Images here
Alfred Bestall (1892-1986), British illustrator whose work appeared in The Tatler and Punch. Famously wrote and illustrated Rupert Bear stories taking over from creator Mary Tourtel. Images here
David Binns (b.1935), professional wildlife artist. Images here
B.S. Biro (1921-2014), Hungarian-Anglo children's author and illustrator Images here
Molly Bishop (1911-1998), British illustrator and portrait painter, titled Lady Montagu-Douglas-Scott. Images here
Edmund Blampied (1886-1966), Channel Islands-born artist, lithographer and prolific illustrator. Images here
Douglas Percy Bliss (1900-1984), Scottish landscape artist. Established The Blackheath Society in the 1930s to preserve this area of south-east London. Images here
Oscar Bluhm (1867-1912), German painter Images here
Marta Bowerley (fl.1910s-1930s), British illustrator and calligrapher. Images here
Sophia May Bowley (1865-1960), English children's illustrator and writer. Elder sister of Ada Leonora Bowley, and like her worked for Raphael Tuck & Sons. Images here
Ada Leonora Bowley (1867-1954), English children's illustrator, flourished from the early 20th century to the 1920s. Younger sister of Sophia May Bowley, and like her, worked for Raphael Tuck & Sons. Images here
Tony Boxall (1929-2010), British amateur photographer best known for his photos of gypsy life in the 1960s. Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society, 1969. Images here
Margaret Bradley (b. circa 1905), British illustrator and commercial artist, daughter of motoring correspondent William Fletcher Bradley. Images here
Molly Brett (1902-1990), English illustrator and author of children's books, known for her cute anthropomorphic animals and decorative florals. Images here
Hablot Knight Browne, known as Phiz (1815-1882), English illustrator particularly known for illustrating books by Charles Dickens Images here
Tom Browne (1870-1910), English cartoonist, comic strip artist and illustrator. Created the original Johnnie Walker whisky character. Images here
Ella Bruce (fl.1960s-70s), children's author and illustrator for the Medici Society. Images here
Patricia Burgess, illustrator for the Medici Society specialising in anthropomorphic animals. Images here
Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898), British artist and designer associated with later Pre-Raphaelites Images here
Fred Burton, calligrapher and illustrator for the Medici Society. Images here
Peggy Burton, children's author and illustrator for the Medici Society. Images here
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