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Finding Aid for the Edmund Evans Etchings After Randolph Caldecott, 1897-1907
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Box 1

Etching on a steel plate Ride a Cock Horse. 1897.

Physical Description: 166 × 223mm.

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Made by Edmund Evans from a pen and ink drawing by Randolph Caldecott.
Box 1

Etching on a steel plate The Seasons, Kensington Gardens. 1897.

Physical Description: 183 × 151mm.

Note

Made by Edmund Evans from a pen and ink drawing by Randolph Caldecott.
Box 1

Ride a Cock Horse. Pulled on the rolling press at Camberwell School of Arts, July 21, 1983.

Physical Description: Print from the above steel plate. no.34/50. Sheet size 324 × 370mm.
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The Seasons, Kensington Gardens. Pulled on the rolling press at the Camberwell School of the Arts, July 20, 1983.

Physical Description: Print from the above steel plate. no.33/50. Sheet size 323 × 263mm.
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The lion and other beasts. Dividing the profits of a book.

Physical Description: Printed from a copper plate 152 × 212mm. Sheet size 263 × 322mm.

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Etching made by Edmund Evans from a drawing by Randolph Caldcott.
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Ride a Cock Horse. From Routledge's Christmas Number (1881).

Physical Description: Color photocopy of the illustration.
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Description of the history of the two steel plates made by Edmund Evans from Randolph Caldecott drawings.