[Libby Horner has kindly shared this bibliography of Brangwyn with readers of the Victorian Web. Readers might wish to consult her Brangwyn site for more information about the artist.]

Helen Mather, Coming Through the Rye (reputedly the first book Brangwyn ever illustrated.

W. Clark Russell, Admiral Lord Collingwood, 1891.

W. Clark Russell, The Life of a Merchant Sailor, Scribner's, 1893.

M. Scott, The Cruise of the 'Midge', London: Ginnings and Co, 1894.

R. Leighton, The Wreck of the Golden Fleece, Blackie, 1894.

Michael Scott, Tom Cringle's Log, 2 volumes, Lodnon: Gibbings Ltd, 1894.

Thomas Shelton (translation, Don Quixote, 4 volumes, London: Gibbings, 1895.

The Arabian Nights, trans. Edward William Lane, London: Gibbings, 1896.

W. Clark Russell, Harold Frederick, Tales of our Coast, London: Chatto and Windus, 1896.

George Cupples, A Sliced Yarn, London: Gibbings, 1899.

The Exemplary Novels of Cervantes, 2 volumes, London, 1900.

Thomas Shelton (translation, Don Quixote of the Mancha (4 volumes, London: Gibbings, 1901, and Philadelphia: J B Lippincott, 1901.

The Works of Rabelais, 3 vols., The Museum Edition, London: Gibbings, 1903.

Rowland Thirlemere, Letters from Catalonia and other Parts of Spain. 2 volumes, London: Hutchinson, 1905.

Michael Scott, Tom Cringle's Log, London: Gibbings, 1905.

Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, London: Gibbings, 1906.

Sir Walter Raleigh, The Last Fight of the Revenge, London: Gibbings, 1908.

Edward Fitzgerald (translation, Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, London: Gibbings, 1909.

G. Wolliscroft Rhead, History of the Fan, 1910.

Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, London: Sampson Low, Marston, 1910.

R. Southey, Life of Nelson, London: Gibbings, 1911.

Eden Phillpotts, The Iscariot, John Murray, 1912.

Edward Fitzgerald, Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, London: T. Foulis, 1911, reprinted April 1917, October 1919, June 1920.

A. W. Kinglake, Eothen, or Traces of Travel Brought Home from the East, London: Sampson Low, Marston, 1913.

Brangwyn and. Shaw-Sparrow, A Book of Bridges, London: The Bodley Head, 1915.

The Land of My Fathers -- A Welsh Gift Book, Hodder and Stoughton, 1915.

Gwladfy Nhadau -- Rhodd Cymru l'w Byddin, Hodder and Stoughton, 1915.

Hugh Stokes, Belgium, London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1916. Also published New York: Frederick A Stokes, 1916.

Eden Phillpotts, The Girl and the Faun, London: Cecil Palmer and Heyward, 1916.

Levinstein Limited, Four Years Work: An Account of the Progress of the Coal-Tar Chemical Industry in England During the First World War, c.1917.

George Goodchild, Blinded Soldiers and Sailors Gift Book, London: Jarrold and Sons, 1917.

Laurence Binyon, Bruges, London: Morland Press, 1919.

Emile Verhaeren, Les Villes Tentaculaires, Paris: Helleu, 1919.

Edward Fitzgerald, Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, London: T. N.Foulis, November 1919.

W. Shaw Sparrow, Prints and Drawings by Frank Brangwyn, London: John Lane The Bodley Head, 1919.

Hyne and C. J. Cutcliffe, The Captured Cruiser, Blackie, 1920s.

E. Hesketh Hubbard and Eden Phillpotts, Bookplates by Frank Brangwyn, London: The Bodley Head, 1920.

Brangwyn: Fourteen Examples of His Work, London: Morland Press, 1920.

A. Levetus, Frank Brangwyn. Zwanzig Graphische Arbeiten, Vienna: Artur Wolf, 1921.

E. W. Lane (translation, The Thousand and One Nights, with further tales from the French translation of Antoine Galland, Cecil Palmer, 1921.

Edward Hutton, The Pageant of Venice, London: John Lane, The Bodley Head Ltd, 1922.

Hayter Preston, Windmills, London: John Lane, The Bodley Head Ltd, 1923.

A. S .Levetus, Frank Brangwyn Der Radierer, Vienna: Rikola Verlag, 1924.

Brangwyn and W P Robins, Artist's London: As Seen in Eighty Contemporary Pictures, London: John Castle, 1924.

London and North East Railway, Pageant of British Empire, Souvenir Volume, London: Fleetway Press, 1924.

Barbizon House bookcovers 1925-38.

Christian Barman and Brangwyn, The Bridge: A Chapter in the History of Building, London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1926.

Emile Verhaeren, Les Campagnes Hallucinees, Paris: Helleu and Sargent, 1927.

L. Richmond and J. Littlejohns, The Art of Painting in Pastel, Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, 1927.

Hugh Redwood, God in the Slums: A Book of Modern Miracles, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1930.

C. E. Shebbeare, Sir Thomas More: A Leader of the English Renaissance, Ambrosden Press, 1930.

J. and J. Tharaud, L'Ombre de la Croix, Paris, 1931.

H. Davis Richter, Floral Art -- Decoration and Design, South Benfleet: F. Lewis, 1932.

General Seely, Launch, A Lifeboat Book, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1932.

George Pearse Ennis, Making a Watercolour, Studio Publications, 1933.

Hugh Redwood, Kingdom Come, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1934.

William Walcot, The Pageant of Ludlow, 1934.

G. Chesterton (commentary), The Way of the Cross, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1935.

Hugh Redwood, God in the Everyday, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1936.

Alan Villiers, Cruise of the Conrad, 1937.

Leaves from the Sketch Books of Frank Brangwyn, Leigh-on-Sea: F. Lewis, 1939. (Urushibara's woodcuts of Brangwyn drawings)

Ten Woodcuts by Yoshiro Urushibara, Benfleet: F. Lewis, 1940. (Urushibara's woodcuts of Brangwyn drawings)

G. Emslie, The King's Ships, 1944.

G. Emslie, The Last of the Wooden Walls of England, Leigh-on-Sea: F Lewis, 1944.

William de Belleroche, Brangwyn Talks, London: Chapman and Hall, 1944.

C. Fox Smith, Here and There in England, F. Lewis, 1945.

C. P. Skilton, British Windmills and Watermills, Collins, 1947.

The Book of Job, F. Lewis, 1948.

William de Belleroche, Brangwyn's Pilgrimage, London: Chapman and Hall, 1948.

Percy V. Bradshaw, Come Sketching, London: The Studio Publications, 1949.

Herbert E. Julyan, 60 Years of Yachts, Hutchinsons, 1950.

Naval Yarns, pre-1920.

Sonnets of Shakespeare, Cambridge Press, USA, pre-1920.

Sussex Smugglers, London: Gibbings, pre-1920.

George Cupples, The Green Hand, pre-1920.

The Ravens of War, 6 volumes, pre-1920.

E. Roy Calvert, Capital Punishment in the 20th Century, London: G. P. Putnam.

The Queen's Book of the British Red Cross.


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