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In the same style are his vignettes, which are of acknowledged beauty.THE BEST PORTRAITS IN ENGRAVINGCHARLES SUMNER
He handed Andrea the rare volume, which was illustrated with erotic vignettes.THE CHILD OF PLEASUREGABRIELE D'ANNUNZIO
Each contains 38 colour pages, over 40 full-page black-and-white Illustrations, and a large number of Vignettes.CONDEMNED AS A NIHILISTGEORGE ALFRED HENTY
Many of his Vignettes, with which he illustrated his novels, cannot fail to suggest a kind of Dicky-Doyleian humour.PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOLUME 93, OCTOBER 15TH 1887VARIOUS
All these editions include the vignettes, which are very helpful in understanding the text.THE WORLDS GREATEST BOOKS, VOLUME XIII.VARIOUS
The vignettes reproduced in the editions of Davis, Renouf, and Budge help considerably in following the line of thought.THE WORLDS GREATEST BOOKS, VOLUME XIII.VARIOUS
In 1745, they appeared, with Fokke's vignettes, and with an English translation.POPULAR TALESCHARLES PERRAULT
The early volumes in the Library Edition, issued during 1858-59, have only vignettes on the title-pages.DICKENS AND HIS ILLUSTRATORSFREDERIC G. KITTON
It is impossible even in such a cursory estimate of Stevenson as this to pass over his vignettes of Nature.THE VAGABOND IN LITERATUREARTHUR RICKETT
Then observe the vignettes and portraits, to see whether their style and perfection compare well with the work on genuine notes.BURROUGHS' ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF ASTOUNDING FACTS AND USEFUL INFORMATION, 1889BARKHAM BURROUGHS

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