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Rowland Hilder

Illustrator

(1905 - 1993)

Rowland Hilder

Rowland Frederick Hilder OBE was an English marine and landscape artist and book illustrator and professor. He was awarded the Order of the British Empire.

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Flying Colours (1939)

While on his way under guard from Spain to Paris to be tried by Napoleon, Hornblower makes his escape and joins the resistance.

Author(s): C. S. Forester
Illustrator(s): Rowland Hilder

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The Happy Return (1937)

Captain Horatio Hornblower in the Lydia defeats the much larger Spanish Natividad, only to have to fight her again.

Author(s): C. S. Forester
Illustrator(s): Rowland Hilder

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The Midnight Folk (1931)

Kay Harker must fight his evil governess and her coven to recover the lost treasure of Santa Barbara Cathedral, but has the assistance of the Midnight Folk.

Author(s): John Masefield
Illustrator(s): Rowland Hilder

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The Midnight Folk (2007)

Kay Harker must battle his wicked governess and her coven to find the long lost treasure of Santa Barbara Cathedral, but has the aid of the Midnight Folk. The plates in this edition are in black and white, not color. The text has been corrected from the original manuscript.

Author(s): John Masefield
Illustrator(s): Rowland Hilder

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A Ship of the Line (1938)

Given command of the two-decker HMS Sutherland, Hornblower harries the Spanish and French coasts.

Author(s): C. S. Forester
Illustrator(s): Rowland Hilder

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