Finding-Aid for the Edmund Dulac Collection (VMF043)


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Table of Contents

Collection Outline

Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents Note

Restrictions

Administrative Information


Collection Outline

1911

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Dulac, Edmund, 1882-1953, French illustrator,
Title: Edmund Dulac Collection
Identification: VMF043

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Biographical Note

Dulac was an illustrator, caricaturist, decorator, portrait and landscape painter. He was born at Toulouse on 22nd October 1882 and was educated at the University of Toulouse. He then studied at Toulouse Art School for three years and at the Académie Julian in Paris for three weeks. He exhibited portraits at the Paris Salon 1904-05 and then mainly in London, and many of his works can be seen today in numerous public collections. He illustrated many books, including The Arabian Nights (1907), The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (1909), Hans Andersen's Snow Queen and Other Tales (1912), Edmund Dulac's Fairybook (1916), and Treasure Island (1927).

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Scope and Contents Note

The Dulac Papers consist of two printed announcements. One is for a Dulac exhibition to be held in 1911 and the other is an announcement for a list of illustrated books by Dulac. It contains titles and prices for both regular and special editions.

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Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

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Administrative Information

Source

Unknown.

Processed by Washington University Department Special Collections Staff

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Box/folder
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, 1911 (2 items)

The Dulac Papers consist of two printed announcements. One is for a Dulac exhibition to be held in 1911 and the other is an announcement for a list of illustrated books by Dulac. It contains titles and prices for both regular and special editions.

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