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Frederick Barnard

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Frederick Barnard

Frederick Barnard (16 may 1846 - 28 september 1896) was a British illustrator, caricaturist and genre painter. He was noted for his work on the novels of Charles Dickens (published between 1871 and 1879 by Chapman and Hall). [1]

In 1892, he did 7 illustrations for the Arthur Conan Doyle's short story A Question of Diplomacy.


Illustrations

1892







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