Illustrations for Pickwick Papers
- "Mr. Pickwick addresses the club (Ch. 1)
- "The pugnacious cabman (Ch. 2)
- "The Sagacious Dog (Ch. 2)
- "Dr. Slammer's defiance of Jingle (Ch. 2)
- "The dying Clown (Ch. 3)
- "Mr. Pickwick in chase of his hat (Ch. 4)
- "Mr. Winkle soothes the refractory steed (Ch. 5)
- "The Monthly Wrapper for the Novel (April 1836)
Illustrations for Dickens's "The Tuggs's at Ramsgate" in The Library of Fiction (1836)
- Captain and Mrs. Waters Greeting The Tuggses Family on Ramsgate Sands
- Vengeance of Captain Walter Waters and Lieutenant Slaughter. Mr. Cymon Tuggs discovered behind the curtains, at the Waters's lodgings
Illustrations for Works by Authors Other than Dickens
Besides these illustrations, Seymour provided the design for the monthly wrapper which was used for each of the twenty monthly parts. After Seymour's suicide on 20 April 1836 only two plates accompanied the letter-press of each part. The etchings of the fourth monthly number are signed "Nemo" (Latin: "Nobody"); later plates are signed by the more familiar Hablot Knight Browne pseudonym "Phiz," which he felt would better "harmonize with Dickens's Boz" (Hammerton, 85) [PVA].
Cohen, Jane Rabb. Chapter 2: "Robert Seymour." Charles Dickens and His Original Illustrators. Columbus: Ohio State U. P., 1980. Pp. 39-50.
Dickens, Charles. Pickwick Papers (1836-37). Il. Robert Seymour, R. W. Buss, and Hablot Knight Browne. London: Chapman & Hall.
Hammerton, J. A. Chapter X, "The Pickwick Papers." The Dickens Picture-Book. The Charles Dickens Library Edition. London: Educational Book, 1910. Vol. 17. Pp. 84-128.
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