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William James Aylward

Illustrator, Editor, Compiler

(1875 - 1956)

William James Aylward

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to a ship builder and owner, Aylward early developed an interest in nautical subjects. He was a student of Howard Pyle and achieved success as an artist and illustrator. He is particularly known for a series of paintings of nautical subjects related to World War I.



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The Story of King Arthur and His Knights (1933)

This is the first of Howard Pyle’s four books that encompass the Matter of Britain - that is the story of King Arthur. It tells of how Arthur became king and some of his adventures.

Author(s): Howard Pyle
Illustrator(s): William James Aylward
Howard Pyle

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Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1925)

The Indian Prince calling himself Captain Nemo prowls beneath the sea seeking his revenge.

Author(s): Jules Verne
Illustrator(s): William James Aylward

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