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Artists whose names begin with 'W'
Arthur Wallis Mills (1878-1940), Illustrator Images here
Louis Wain (1860-1939), British artist best known for his anthropomorphised drawings of cats. He also worked for the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, and the Illustrated London News. Images here
Kevin Walsh (b.1950), contemporary artist of scenes of a bygone age. His work is regularly reproduced on greeting cards, jigsaw puzzles, and collectors' items. Images here
Stephen Ward (1912-1963), English society osteopath and artist. One of the central figures in the 1963 Profumo scandal, Ward was found guilty of living off immoral earnings and took his own life as the trial came to a close. He was also a talented portrait artist, and was commissioned in 1960 by the Illustrated London News to create a series of portraits of international figures, including members of the British Royal Family. Images here
Vernon Ward (1905-1985), British painter and commercial artist, particularly of nature and bird subjects. Also produced work for The Bystander. Images here
Arthur Watts (1883-1935), illustrator who contributed to The Tatler, The Bystander and other leading publications. Artist for the Radio Times and best-known for illustrating E. M. Delafield's 'Diary of a Provincial Lady'. Images here
Gerda Wegener (1886-1940), Danish painter and illustrator. Images here
Dorothy Marion Wheeler (1891 - 1966) Children's illustrator and postcard designer. Images here
Peggy Wickham (1909-1978) Artist and illustrator. Born Marjorie Earnshaw she was the daughter of Mabel Lucie Attwell and Harold Earnshaw. Images here
Wilton Williams (fl. 1920s & 30s). Magazine illustrator and humorous artist specialising mainly in female subjects including pin-ups. Images here
Clarence Lawson Wood (1878-1957), English illustrator often working in a a comic style. Animals were a favourite subject, and his creation of an orangutan character called Gran'pop published in The Sketch was hugely successful in the 1930s and '40s. Images here
Leslie Wood (1920-1994), artist and illustrator Images here
Richard Caton Woodville (1856-1927), painter of military and historical subjects. Prolific contributor to The Illustrated London News. Images here
David Wright (1912-1967) Foremost British pin-up artist of the Second World War. His series of 'Lovelies', published in The Sketch were hugely popular with the troops. Produced covers for 'American Weekly' as well as illustrations for pulp fiction romances. Artist of the 'Carol Day' strip cartoon in the Daily Mail until his death in 1967. Images here
Tony Wysard (1907-1984), British cartoonist and illustrator, contributed to The Tatler and The Bystander. Images here
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