Arthur Herbert Buckland (1870-1927) was a painter of Romantic landscapes and portraits, as well as a commercial illustrator. Born in Taunton, Somerset, he studied at both London's Royal College of Art and Paris's Académie Julian. As an illustrator for such firms as Collins Clear-type Press he specialized in young adult and juvenile fiction, but did provide editions of at least two classic titles: Dickens's Barnaby Rudge (Collins Clear-type Press, 1900) and George Eliot's Scenes from Clerical Life (Collins Clear-type Press, 1900). Among his juvenile fiction commissions were Elizabeth Prentiss's Little Susy Stories (1906), Lewis Ramsden's The Quest of Luck (1904), and Edward Verrall Lucas's Anne's Terrible Good Nature, and Other Stories for Children (1908).
Barnaby Rudge (1900)
- Frontispiece, "Barnaby was making puzzles with a skein of string" (ch. 6, p. 56)
- Dickens and seven scenes from various novels in the Engraved Title-Page
- "I'm his 'prentice, sir." (ch. 25, facing p. 161)
- "Miss Miggs received her with a hysterical gasp" (ch. 42, facing p. 192)
- "You didn't see a — a coffin anywheres?" (ch. 56, facing p. 417)
- They crossed swords and attacked each other (ch. 81, facing p. 448)
Related Material including Other Illustrated Editions of Barnaby Rudge
- Dickens's Barnaby Rudge (homepage)
- Phiz's Original Serial Illustrations (1841)
- Cattermole and Phiz: The First illustrators — A Team Effort by "The Clock Works" (1841)
- Cattermole's seventeen illustrations (13 Feb.-27 Nov. 1841)
- Felix Octavius Carr Darley's six illustrations (1865 and 1888)
- Sol Eytinge, Jr.'s Diamond Edition Illustrations (1867)
- Fred Barnard's 46 Illustrations for the Household Edition (1874)
- Harry Furniss's 28 illustrations for The Charles Dickens Library Edition (1910)
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Dickens, Charles. Barnaby Rudge. Illustrated by Hablot K. Browne ('Phiz') and George Cattermole. London: Bradbury & Evans, 1849.
________. Barnaby Rudge and Hard Times. Illustrated by Sol Eytinge, Jr. The Diamond Edition. 16 vols. Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1867. IX.
________. Barnaby Rudge — A Tale of the Riots of 'Eighty. Illustrated by Fred Barnard. The Household Edition. 22 vols. London: Chapman and Hall, 1874. VII.
________. Barnaby Rudge. Illustrated by A. H. Buckland. The Collins Clear-type Press Edition. London & Glasgow: Collins, 1900.
________. Barnaby Rudge. Illustrated by Harry Furniss. The Charles Dickens Library Edition. London: Educational Book Company, 1910. VI.
_______. Barnaby Rudge. Ed. Kathleen Tillotson. Illustrated by Hablot K. Browne ('Phiz') and George Cattermole. The New Oxford Illustrated Dickens. London: Oxford University Press. 1954, rpt. 1987.
Hammerton, J. A. "Ch. XIV. Barnaby Rudge." The Dickens Picture-Book. The Charles Dickens Library Edition, illustrated by Harry Furniss. London: Educational Book Co., 1910. 213-55.
Lester, Valerie Browne. Phiz: The Man Who Drew Dickens. London: Chatto and Windus, 2004.
Steig, Michael. Chapter 3. "From Caricature to Progress: Master Humphrey's Clock to Martin Chuzzlewit." Dickens and Phiz. Bloomington & London: Indiana U. P., 1978. 53-85.
Vann, J. Don. "Charles Dickens. Barnaby Rudge in Master Humphrey's Clock, 13 February-27 November 1841." New York: MLA, 1985. 65-66.
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