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Book jacket for Archy Does His Part (Don Marquis), designed by Edward Bawden, published by Faber. Lithograph; British, 1936.
Book jacket for 'Murder and the Married Virgin' by Brett Halliday. Great Britain, 1946.
Front cover of music sheet for Excelsior, written by Longfellow, composed by John Blockley, published in London ca. late 19th century - early 20th century.
Poster advertising Billy Budd at Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, 1991
Poster advertising The Tell Tale Heart at the Purcell Room, South Bank, 1988
Poster advertising The Love Space Demands at the Cochrane Theatre, 1992
Poster advertising For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf
Poster advertising The Member of the Wedding
Poster advertising Yellow
Poster advertising Sexual Perversity in Chicago
Poster advertising What About Luv?
Poster advertising The Amen Corner
Poster advertising The Padre
Poster advertising Harry's Christmas [and] Tell-Tale Heart
Poster advertising Tea and Sympathy
Poster advertising Cock Robin at Theatre Royal, York, 1943
Print depicting Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens), Harry Beard Collection.
Costume design by Michael Annals for Jeanne Watts as Jennie in Ben Hecht and Charles Macarthur's play, The Front Page, National Theatre Company, Old Vic, 1972
Costume design by Michael Annals for Anna Carteret as Mrs Grant in Ben Hecht and Charles Macarthur's play, The Front Page, National Theatre Company, Old Vic, 1972
By R.B.Kitaj: from the folder "first series some poets"
By R.B.Kitaj: from the folder "first series some poets". 'Revolt on the Clyde'
Drawing by Randolph Caldecott depicting an illustration to 'Bracebridge Hall', an episodic novel by Washington Irving. Great Britain, 1882.
Drawing by Randolph Caldecott depicting an illustration to 'Old Christmas', a chronicle of nostalgic recollections of Christmas traditions in 19th century England, by the American writer Washington Irving. Great Britain, 1886.
Félix Vallotton. 'A Edgar Poe,' French, c.1900
Book-jacket with a design engraved by Horace Brodzky, for 'Twelve Men' by Theodore Dreiser. Colour process engraving, 1919.
Montbard George (Pseudonym of Charles Auguste Loye), A cluster of burnt bodies hanging from a chandelier chain in the hall of palace. Drawing for illustration to the short story Hop-Frog by Edgar Allan Poe
'The truth of the case of Monsieur Valdémart', an illustration to a tale by Edgar Allan Poe.
General Description: "In less than half a minute the whole eight were burning fiercely". Preliminary sketch for an illustration to Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination, c.1935.
Poster promoting the September 1993 issue Face Magazine, featuring Kurt Cobain
'National Guardsman on route to Conventional Hall, Chicago', gelatin-silver print, Michael Cooper, Chicago, 1968
Drawing by Rolf Brandt ca. 1945, illustration to Poe's 'The Black Cat' in the anthology 'Come Not Lucifer' published by John Westhouse in 1945.
Poster for 'The Clarion Guild of Handicraft' exhibition, Manchester, designed by Charles E. Dawson, about 1902.
Glass Paperweight, Britain (London), Peter Dreiser, 1978