Old-Fashioned Fairy Tales. Brothers Of Pity And Other Tales Of Beasts And Men. By: Juliana Horatia Ewing, Illustrated By: A. W. Bayes (1831-1909) And ... Book ) Illustrated (World's Classic's)
Gordon Frederick Browne (15 April 1858 – 27 May 1932) was an English artist and children's book illustrator in the late 19th century and early 20th century.He was born in Banstead, the younger son of notable book illustrator Hablot Knight Browne (who as "Phiz" illustrated books by Charles Dickens). He studied art at the Heatherley School of Fine Art and South Kensington Schools and started to rece...
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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Illustrated edition (February 9, 2018)
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“This is not a book of traditional fairy tales, but instead is a book of new fairy tales written to read like old fairy tales. They accomplish this goal quite successfully, and manage to avoid the condescending and childish tone that some books of non...”
ve professional commissions while still at college. From the 1880s, Browne was one of Britain's most prolific illustrators, his work appearing in newspapers, magazines and many books by children's authors including Frederic William Farrar, G.A. Henty, Juliana Horatia Ewing, Andrew Lang, Talbot Baines Reed, L. T. Meade, Catherine Christian and E. Nesbit. Browne worked in watercolour and pen and ink. He was a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours (RI) and the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA). Browne was an early member of the Society of Graphic Art and showed three works at their first exhibition in 1921.................... Alfred Walter Bayes (1831-1909). Unlike most of his artist-contemporaries, who were predominantly middle-class southerners, Bayes was a northerner from artisan stock. His father William Bayes (1799–1851) was a shoe-maker who moved from Wakefield to the village of Lumbutts, Yorkshire, near Todmorden, in pursuit of trade. His mother was from a slightly higher station in life; Hannah Uttley (1788–1856) is described as a local farmer’s daughter, although little else is known of her. Alfred was born in 1831, one of four sons and one of only two survivors.......... Juliana Horatia Ewing (née Gatty) (3 August 1841 – 13 May 1885) was an English writer of children's stories. She displayed sympathetic insight into children's lives, admiration for things military, and strong religious faith. Youth and marriage: Known as Julie, she was the second of ten children of the Reverend Alfred Gatty, vicar of Ecclesfield in Yorkshire, and Margaret Gatty, who was herself a children's author. The children were educated mainly by her mother, but Julie was often the driving force behind their various activities: drama, botany etc. Later she was responsible for setting up a village library in Ecclesfield and helped out in the parish with her three sisters. Early stories of hers appeared in Charlotte Yonge's magazine Monthly Packet. On 1 June 1867, she married Major Alexander Ewing (1830–1895) of the army pay department. He was also a keen churchgoer, who shared his wife's interest in literature. Within a week of their marriage, the Ewings left England for Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, where he had received a new posting. They remained there for two years, before returning to England in 1869 and spending eight years in the army town of Aldershot. Although her husband was sent overseas again, to Malta in 1879 and Sri Lanka in 1881, Ewing's poor health would not allow her to accompany him. The Ewings moved to Trull, Somerset, on his return in 1883, and in 1885, to Bath, in the hopes that the change of air would do her good. However, her health continued to deteriorate, and after two operations, she died there on 13 May 1885.She was given a military funeral at Trull three days later. Her sister Horatia Katharine Frances Gatty (1846–1945) published a memorial of Julie's life and works which includes a publication history of her stories. A later selection includes some of Julie's letters and drawings about Canada. A biography by Gillian Avery appeared in 1961....................