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Phillip Medhurst presents Dalziels Bible Gallery wood-engraving 24/69 Joseph before Pharaoh

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From a design by Sir Edward John Poynter (British 1836-1919) in “Dalziel’s Bible Gallery” – 69 wood-engraved illustrations of subjects from the Old Testament after various artists. Printed on india paper pasted down on larger sheets. Engraver: Dalziel Brothers. Publisher: George Routledge & Sons London. Printer: Camden Press London. 1881.

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Phillip Medhurst presents Dalziels Bible Gallery wood-engraving 23/69 Joseph’s Coat

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From a design by Ford Madox Brown (British 1820-1893) in “Dalziel’s Bible Gallery” – 69 wood-engraved illustrations of subjects from the Old Testament after various artists. Printed on india paper pasted down on larger sheets. Engraver: Dalziel Brothers. Publisher: George Routledge & Sons London. Printer: Camden Press London. 1881.

Dalziel & Co. were a firm of engravers founded in 1839 by George Dalziel (1815-1902) and his brother Edward Dalziel (1817-1905). From the 1850s they were suppliers of wood-engraved images to the publishing industry. In 1863 they approached various artists to produce designs for an illustrated Bible. However, the Dalziels were unable to get their project published by George Routledge & Sons until 1881. By this time the idea of an illustrated Bible had been dropped and it was compiled as a “Gallery” aimed at the higher end of the market, with engravings taken from the original blocks rather than electrotypes.

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Phillip Medhurst presents Dalziels Bible Gallery wood-engraving 22/69 Jacob Hears the Voice of the Lord

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From a design by Frederick Augustus Sandys (British 1829-1904) in “Dalziel’s Bible Gallery” – 69 wood-engraved illustrations of subjects from the Old Testament after various artists. Printed on india paper pasted down on larger sheets. Engraver: Dalziel Brothers. Publisher: George Routledge & Sons London. Printer: Camden Press London. 1881.

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Phillip Medhurst presents Dalziels Bible Gallery wood-engraving 21:69 Esau Meeting Jacob

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From a design by George Frederic Watts (British 1817-1904) in “Dalziel’s Bible Gallery” – 69 wood-engraved illustrations of subjects from the Old Testament after various artists. Printed on india paper pasted down on larger sheets. Engraver: Dalziel Brothers. Publisher: George Routledge & Sons London. Printer: Camden Press London. 1881.

Dalziel & Co. were a firm of engravers founded in 1839 by George Dalziel (1815-1902) and his brother Edward Dalziel (1817-1905). From the 1850s they were suppliers of wood-engraved images to the publishing industry. In 1863 they approached various artists to produce designs for an illustrated Bible. However, the Dalziels were unable to get their project published by George Routledge & Sons until 1881. By this time the idea of an illustrated Bible had been dropped and it was compiled as a “Gallery” aimed at the higher end of the market, with engravings taken from the original blocks rather than electrotypes.

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Phillip Medhurst presents Dalziels Bible Gallery wood-engravings 19-20/69 Jacob and the Flocks of Laban – Jacob’s Departure from Laban

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From a design by Thomas Dalziel (British 1823–1906) in “Dalziel’s Bible Gallery” – 69 wood-engraved illustrations of subjects from the Old Testament after various artists. Printed on india paper pasted down on larger sheets. Engraver: Dalziel Brothers. Publisher: George Routledge & Sons London. Printer: Camden Press London. 1881.

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Phillip Medhurst presents Dalziels Bible Gallery wood-engraving 18:69 Isaac Blessing Jacob

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From a design by Edward Armitage (British 1817-1896) in “Dalziel’s Bible Gallery” – 69 wood-engraved illustrations of subjects from the Old Testament after various artists. Printed on india paper pasted down on larger sheets. Engraver: Dalziel Brothers. Publisher: George Routledge & Sons London. Printer: Camden Press London. 1881.

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Phillip Medhurst presents Dalziels Bible Gallery wood-engravings 16-17/69 Isaac Meeting Rebekah – Esau Selling His Birthright

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From a design by Thomas Dalziel (British 1823–1906) in “Dalziel’s Bible Gallery” – 69 wood-engraved illustrations of subjects from the Old Testament after various artists. Printed on india paper pasted down on larger sheets. Engraver: Dalziel Brothers. Publisher: George Routledge & Sons London. Printer: Camden Press London. 1881.

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Phillip Medhurst presents Dalziels Bible Gallery wood-engraving 15/69 Eliezer and Rebekah

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From a design by Frederic, Lord Leighton (British 1830-1896) in “Dalziel’s Bible Gallery” – 69 wood-engraved illustrations of subjects from the Old Testament after various artists. Printed on india paper pasted down on larger sheets. Engraver: Dalziel Brothers. Publisher: George Routledge & Sons London. Printer: Camden Press London. 1881.

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Phillip Medhurst presents Dalziels Bible Gallery wood-engraving 14/69 Eliezer and Rebekah at the Well

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From a design by William Holman Hunt (British 1827-1910) in “Dalziel’s Bible Gallery” – 69 wood-engraved illustrations of subjects from the Old Testament after various artists. Printed on india paper pasted down on larger sheets. Engraver: Dalziel Brothers. Publisher: George Routledge & Sons London. Printer: Camden Press London. 1881.

Dalziel & Co. were a firm of engravers founded in 1839 by George Dalziel (1815-1902) and his brother Edward Dalziel (1817-1905). From the 1850s they were suppliers of wood-engraved images to the publishing industry. In 1863 they approached various artists to produce designs for an illustrated Bible. However, the Dalziels were unable to get their project published by George Routledge & Sons until 1881. By this time the idea of an illustrated Bible had been dropped and it was compiled as a “Gallery” aimed at the higher end of the market, with engravings taken from the original blocks rather than electrotypes.

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Phillip Medhurst presents Dalziels Bible Gallery wood-engraving 13/69 Abraham and Isaac

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From a design by Simeon Solomon (British 1840-1905) in “Dalziel’s Bible Gallery” – 69 wood-engraved illustrations of subjects from the Old Testament after various artists. Printed on india paper pasted down on larger sheets. Engraver: Dalziel Brothers. Publisher: George Routledge & Sons London. Printer: Camden Press London. 1881.