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Artists whose names begin with 'C'
Randolph Caldecott (1846-1886), English artist and magazine and book illustrator. Images here
Gaspar Camps (1874-1942), Spanish-born illustrator and poster artist in Art Nouveau style, influenced by Alphonse Mucha. Images here
Michelango Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610), Italian artist who worked in Rome, Naples, Malta and Sicily. His paintings combine physical and emotional realism with dramatic chiaroscuro. Images here
Mary Williams (1869-1961), American caricaturist and writer whose pseudonym was Kate Carew. Published in The Tatler in the UK. Images here
Dorothy Carleton Smyth (1880-1933), Scottish artist and costume designer. Studied under Walter Crane. Images here
Pat Charles, artist whose work appeared in The Tatler and The Sketch, early 1930s. Images here
Harry Clarke (1889-1931), Irish stained-glass artist and book illustrator. Leading figure in the Irish Arts and Crafts movement. Images here
S.W. Clatworthy (fl. early 20th century), British technical illustrator Images here
Rene Cloke (1905-1995), children's illustrator. Images here
Gordon Conway (1894-1956), American designer and fashion illustrator synonymous with the Jazz Age. Images here
Brian Cook (Sir Brian Cook Batsford), (1910-1991), English graphic artist. Images here
Phyllis Cooper (1895-1988), illustrator of postcards depicting children. Images here
Harold Hookway Cowles (1896-1987), English illustrator of fashionable society whose work appeared in magazines of the 1920s and 1930s. Images here
Rie Cramer (1887-1977), Dutch writer and illustrator. Images here
Walter Crane (1845-1915), influential English artist and illustrator whose children's books have become iconic. Leading member of the Arts and Crafts movement. Images here
Edith Bertha Crapper (1896-1979), illustrator and miniaturist. Images here
Charles Crombie (1880-1967), British editorial cartoonist. Images here
George Cruikshank (1792-1878), British caricaturist, satirist and book illustrator. Prolific output including illustrations for Charles Dickens, and prints for the National Temperance Society. Images here
Cyrus Cincinnato Cuneo (1879-1916), Italian-American painter. Worked as a special artist for the Illustrated London News. Father of artist Terence Cuneo. Images here
Terence Cuneo (1907-1996), English painter. Official artist for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Son of painter Cyrus Cuneo. Images here
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