Dainty illumination to “Sonnets from the Portuguese” (1900).
Colorized opening by Edwin M. Scribner in “Hand & Soul” (1899).
Pen and ink drawing in “The Poems of Master Francois Villon of Paris” (1909).
Illuminated cover by William Cushing Bamburgh on Fitzgerald’s “Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám,” 1911.
Illuminated cover on “Félise: A Book of Lyrics” (1894).
Illuminated copy of the “Rubáiyát” (1899) from the Vest Pocket Series (illuminated suede covers and large initial letters and head- & tail-pieces inside.
Illuminated copy of the Old World Kasidah (1923) with several skilled drawings depicting some of the followers of Allah. (Sample 1)
Illuminated copy of the Old World Kasidah (1923) with several skilled drawings depicting some of the followers of Allah. (Sample 2)
Illuminated copy of the Old World Kasidah (1923) with several skilled drawings depicting some of the followers of Allah. (Sample 3)
Sonnets From the Portuguese (1899)
Page 1 Head Piece
Page 3 Watercolor
Page 21 Watercolor Tail Piece
Page 25 Opening with Watercolor Portrait and Initial
Page 27 Watercolor
Page 29 Mounted Etching
Page 30 Watercolor Initial
Page 33 Watercolor
Page 35 Opening with Watercolor
Page 37 Mounted Etching
Page 41 Opening with Watercolor
Page 45 Mounted Etching
Page 48 & 49 Opening with Watercolor
Page 53 Combination Mounted Etching with Watercolor
Page 57 Opening with Watercolor
Page 61 Combination Mounted Etching with Watercolor
Page 64 & 65 with Watercolor
Page 68 & 69 Colored Initial, Watercolor & Artist’s Initials
The Roadmender (1912)
This copy of
The Roadmender (1912) has four watercolor additions, and one staff of music at the end. A small pencil note on the front free flyleaf may be a clue to the artist’s identity, but all that’s written (in lowercase throughout) is “ellis”.
At beginning of “The Roadmender”, first part, Page 3.
At beginning of “The Roadmender”, second part, Page 8.
At first opening of “The Roadmender”, fifth part, Page 31.
In Part IV of “Out of the Shadow”, Page 75.
Musical notation at end of “At the White Gate”, Page .
Pathos of the Rose in Poetry
Painted hemp cloth cover.
Page  with roses in vase.
Page 176 with trained rose bushes in pots.
Page 188 with pink primroses.
Page 194 with violets.