ILLUSTRATIONS FOR THE ADVENTURES OF HARRY RICHMOND
Below you’ll find direct links to George du Maurier‘s illustrations for The Adventures of Harry Richmond, as they appear in the text serialized in The Cornhill Magazine. Note that the text of Cornhill to which we link is the biannual collections rather than the original monthly parts. Jacqueline Banerjee provides an analysis of one of these illustrations, He laid a guitar on his knees, and flipped a string, at The Victorian Web.
CORNHILL MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATIONS
- Sometimes his father whistled to him, or held him high and nodded a salutation to him.
- She leaned over him.
- Up on a knoll of firs in the middle of a heath
- We, in good easy swing of the feet, gave her a look as we lifted our hats.
- He laid a guitar on his knees, and flipped a string
- “Harry Richmond! my son, now of age”
- “My friend, not that!”
- The lamp’s full glow illumined and shadowed her.
- “Shall Janet go?” said I.
- My father stood up and bowed, bareheaded.
- Having our choice between nothing to say, and the excess
- “Kiomi, old friend!”
- After nodding an adieu they resumed the animated discourse
- My father touched the points of his fingers on his forehead, straining to think