Illustrations of Great Expectations
These illustrations, reproduced courtesy of the Dickens Museum, London, are extracted from the Robson & Kerslake edition published at 23 Coventry Street, Haymarket, London, in 1885.
- Title-page vignette, Pip leaves the Village: [Pip at the finger-post]
- The Terrible Stranger in the Churchyard
- Mrs. Joe returning from an expedition
- I present Joe to Miss Havisham
- Ill Used
- A Stranger at the Jolly Bargeman
- "May I — May I?!!"
- Mr. Jaggers and his Clients
- The Guileless Confectioner
- The Flaying of Hamlet
- Aged P tips us the paper
- Aged P
- Trabb's boy
- — Boundless Confidence
- On the Stairs
- Confidential with Mr. Jaggers
- Old Orlick means Murder
- "Here's old Bill Barley, bless your eyes."
- — Shoulder to Shoulder
- The Arrest
- The old place by the Kitchen firelight
Other illustrators of Great Expectations
- J. Clayton Clarke —"Kyd" (2 plates)
- Felix O. C. Darley (2 plates)
- F. A. Fraser (29 Plates)
- Harry Furniss (34 plates)
- Charles Green (8 plates)
- Marcus Stone (10 plates)
- Sol Eytinge, Junior (8 wood-engravings)
Illustrations of Oliver Twist
These illustrations, reproduced courtesy of the Calinescu Collection, Toronto, come from the Robson & Kerslake edition published at 23 Coventry Street, Haymarket, London, in 1886. The twenty-one illustrations are keyed to the pagination in the 1838 three-volume edition (London: Richard Bentley). These illustrations constitute one of 50 coloured sets issued; this set, no. 118.
- Title-page vignette: Oliver is taken to the workhouse
- "Goodness gracious! is that you, Mr. Bumble, Sir?"
- "Did you want a coffin, Sir?"
- Noah running for Mr. Bumble
- "Good bye, dear! God bless you!"
- "Hullo! my covey, what's the row?"
- The merry old Gentleman's pretty little game
- Return of the boys without Oliver
- "Look here! do you see this?"
- The horse whose health had been drunk
- Inexplicable conduct of Mr. Bumble when Mrs. Corney left the room
- The Free and Easy
- "Master O-li-ver"
- Bumble Triumphant
- Mr. Crackit's "Goodnatur'"
- "Has it long gone the half-hour?"
- A foul deed
- The antic fellow and Sikes
- One of the inconveniences of having long legs
- "Don't come near me, you monster!"
- Mr. Claypole earning a genteel subsistence
- Index to the Richard Bentley triple-decker, 1838
Other illustrators of Oliver Twist
- J. Clayton Clarke — "Kyd" 20 plates)
- Felix O. C. Darley (4 plates)
- James Mahoney (28 wood-engravings)
- Harry Furniss (34 plates)
- Sol Eytinge, Junior (12 wood-engravings)
- George Cruikshank (26 plates)
Dickens, Charles. Great Expectations. Volume 19 of the Edition de Grande Luxe. Ed. Richard Garnett. London: Merrill and Baker, 1900.
Dickens, Charles. The Adventures of Oliver Twist; or, The Parish Boy's Progress. Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: Richard Bentley, 1838. 3 vols.
Dickens, Charles. Oliver Twist. Illustrated by Frederick W. Pailthorpe. London: Robson and Kerslake, 1886.
Last modified 13 February 2014