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John Hassall (1868-1948) was a Versatile and incredibly prolific painter in oils & watercolours, a book illustrator, humorous artist for magazines and postcards, art teacher and a designer of pottery, figurines, furniture and nursery decor. But it was as a poster artist that he was best-known with such creations as his famous, 'Skegness is so Bracing' design for the Great Northern Railway earning him the title, 'The Poster King' at a time when the advertising hoardings were known as the 'Poor Man's Picture Gallery'.Click here for images
Angus Clifford Racey Helps (1913-1970), English children's author and illustrator whose work features woodland creatures reminiscent of Beatrix Potter.Click here for images
Leon Heron (fl.1920s-1930s), artist who produced light-hearted, humorous illustrations which appeared in The Bystander.Click here for images
Olive Hewerdine, British illustrator who produced fashion illustrations for The Sketch and The Tatler during the First World War and into the 1920s.Click here for images
Reginald Higgins (1877-1933), British graphic artist who worked in a flat, poster style frequently depicting the modern girl.Click here for images
Lydia Hine (1904-1964), illustrator of children's books, specialising in fairy subjects.Click here for images
Helga Hislop / Crouch, skilled British botanical artist, a founder member of the Society of Botanical Artists in 1985.Click here for images
Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849), Japanese artist and printmaker, whose most famous work is the woodblock print series Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji.Click here for images
Winslow Homer (1836-1910), American landscape painter (focusing particularly on marine subjects) and illustrator. He painted both in oil and watercolour, and spent time as a war artist during the American Civil War.Click here for images
Arthur Hopkins (1848-1930), British Victorian artist of social and genre scenes, whose work frequently appeared in The Graphic and other illustrated papers of the 19th century. Poet Gerard Manley Hopkins was his brother.Click here for images