Number 1 of 5 ebooks showcasing the art of one of the leading book illustrators of the early 20th century.
This volume contains the complete set of Arthur Rackham illustrations from nine classic books with 124 full colour plates and many pen and ink drawings. Each illustration is in high resolution so you can study them in detail or print out your favorites.
Arthur Rackham was born in London in 1867. Having studied part time at the Lambeth School of Art he went on to work for the ‘Westminster Budget’ as a reporter and illustrator. His first serious commission was in 1894 for ‘The Dolly Dialogues’. He is widely regarded as one of the leading book illustrators and his work can be seen in a number of classic books of the time.
This unique collection contains over 120 full colour plates plus a great many pen and ink drawings from nine books. The images have been cleaned and restored by our studio and are presented in a specially produced PDF ebook. All of the illustrations are royalty free so you use them as you wish. The ebook is available in two versions. Either in high resolution (300 dpi, large file size) for high quality print reproductions.
See the details tab for a list of book title illustrations included in this volume.
These are electronic versions of books which means that you will need to have Adobe Reader installed on your computer to read them. If you don’t have this, you can download it FREE from www.adobe.com.
Publisher: Sapphire Publications
Format: Adobe PDF
File Size: 205 MB
Page Size: A4 at 300 dpi
Illustrations are from the following books;
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
Arthur Rackham’s Book of Pictures
A Christmas Carol
The Night Before Christmas
A Wonder Book
Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination
Can I print the books? YES, you can print a single page or the entire book. Can I adjust the page size? YES, the page size can be increased many times larger or smaller to suit your reading needs, or to study illustrations in more detail. Can I copy pictures and illustrations from the books? YES, you can copy images from the ebook for use in other programs by using the ‘Edit/Take a Snapshot’ feature in Adobe Reader. What can I use these pictures for? The individual images are royalty free so you can use them for any project, private or commercial. However the PDF ebooks cannot be repacked and/or resold.