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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 'S'
Jean-François-Maurice-Arnauld, Baron Dudevant, known as Maurice Sand (1823-1889), French illustrator and writer. Son of novelist George Sand. Click here for images
Watanabe Seitei or Shotei (1851-1918), Japanese painter. Click here for images
Georges Goursat, otherwise known as "Sem", (1863 - 1934), Click here for images
Donald Shannon (fl. 1950s-60s), Scottish born painter, specialising in landscapes Click here for images
Raymond Sheppard (1913-1958), British artist and illustrator, specialising in drawing animals and in illustrating books for children and adults. Click here for images
Claude Shepperson (1867-1921), a regular contributor to The Tatler, book illustrator, Great War artist. Carried out advertising work for Kodak and Zambrene. Click here for images
Colin Sherborne, advertising photographer in the 1960s. Click here for images
Rod Shone, London-based photographer of portraits, travel and reportage. Click here for images
Jessie Willcox Smith (1863-1935), American female illustrator of children's books and magazines Click here for images
Olive Snell (c.1888-1962), British artist. Her portraits in crayon and colour regularly appeared in The Tatler and The Bystander during the first half of the 20th century. Click here for images
Alan Sorrell (1904-1974), English artist and writer, known for his archaeological illustrations. Click here for images
Amy Millicent Sowerby (1878-1967), English artist and illustrator of children's books. Click here for images
Dora Sprinzel (fl. 1930s), German-born fashion illustrator and designer. Click here for images
Steven Spurrier (1878-1961), British painter and magazine illustrator. Click here for images
Charles Rebel Stanton (1890-1954), illustrator who worked for the Illustrated London News, The Tatler and The Sketch during the 1920s. Click here for images
Margery Stephenson (b.1929), British nature artist published by The Medici Society. Click here for images
John St Helier Lander (1868-1944), Jersey-born portrait artist. Painted the British Royal Family among other commissions. Click here for images
Louis or Ludwig Strimpl (1880-1937), Czech-born illustrator and graphic artist who made his career in Paris. Click here for images
George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948), British commercial artist, the creator of Bonzo the Dog for The Sketch in 1922. Click here for images
Serge Sudeikin (1882-1946), Russian artist and set designer. Click here for images
Noel Syers, artist of Christmas and nativity scenes for The Medici Society. Click here for images
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