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