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I have The Golden Age of Children's Book Illustration which is a nice start but by no means comprehensive.
I also have Rackham's Fairy Tale Illustrations in Full Color again slim but a nice chance to have some of the illustrations in an inexpensive format. I notice this company has done DuLac Nielsen and others. Does anyone have them all?
The Unknown Paintings of Kay Nielsen
Myth, Magic, and Mystery: 100 Years of American Children's Book Illustration by Michael Patrick Hearn
Jeff A. Menges
and Jim Vadeboncoeur's wonderful site http://bpib.com/illustra.htm is always useful too.
as an illustration resource. My members at Flickr contribute illustrations from their own collections. I have added images by many of the classic and the less-known artists. It is an ongoing project and isn't yet anywhere near comprehensive, but images are added on a daily basis. I am inviting members of 'Golden Age Illustrators' to visit Flickr to have a look at our database and offer suggestions for additions. Everyone is welcome to join the group and contribute images.(My user name at Flickr is bergamesque).
all kinds of illustration with daily additions - very well done
Are you familiar with Welleran Poltarnees? He uses out of copyright illustrations in his gift books. Under his real name, Harold Darling, he collected covers in From Mother Goose to Dr. Seuss: Children's Book Covers, 1860-1960.
Riches and treasures.
An additional nice feature is they have a scan of the covers as well, so I'll be adding them to LT as I wishlist.
On the topic of providing resources, we did want to share some information that came to us from an Executor of an Estate in the US recently relating to Dulac's illustrations for "The Daughters of the Stars" (1939). As part of clearing an Estate, correspondence to and from Dulac on the matter of the scheduled production of paintings for the publication were unearthed and from the documents we have sighted, it appears that Dulac terminated the commission after producing just two illustrations as a consequence of the 'overbearing'/'demanding' nature of the author's mother (who was otherwise involved in management of the contract).