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Adelaide Claxton

Adelaide Sophia Claxton, who flourished in the 1860s–1890s, was a late 19th century British painter, illustrator, and inventor. She was one of the first British women artists to make a major part of her living through the commercial press, selling satirical and comic illustrations to more than half a dozen periodicals.

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Society Novelettes (1883)

A two volume anthology. There are four Caldecott illustrations to Crossed in Love in volume two. Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author(s): F. C. Burnand
H. Savile Clark
R. E. Francillon
Et al
Illustrator(s): Randolph Caldecott
Adelaide Claxton
F. Dadd
Linley Sambourne
Et al

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