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N Fine Arts (Go to start of category)
NC Drawing, Design, Illustration (Go to start of category)
NC1479.F8 A73 1898 [Info] P & O Sketches in Pen and Ink (London: Studio of Design and Illustration Supply Agency, ca. 1898), by Harry Furniss (page images at HathiTrust)
NC1479 .F9 H86 2014 [Info] The Humours of Parliament: Harry Furniss's View of Late-Victorian Political Culture (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c2014), by Harry Furniss, ed. by Gareth Cordery and Joseph S. Meisel (PDF at Ohio State)
NC1479 .K3 [Info] Reflections: A Second Series of Drawings, With Introductory Comments by Laurence Binyon and W. H. Davies (London: J. Cape, c1922), by Edmond X. Kapp, contrib. by Laurence Binyon and W. H. Davies (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
NC1479 .K35 [Info] Personalities: Twenty Four Drawings (New York: R. M. McBride, 1920), by Edmond X. Kapp
NC1479 .L47 A56 [Info] John Leech's Pictures of Life and Character, From The Collection of "Mr. Punch" (London: Bradbury, Agnew and Co., 1887), by John Leech (multiple formats at archive.org)
NC1479 .L55 F8 [Info] John Leech: His Life and Work (2 volumes; London: R. Bentley and Son, 1891), by William Powell Frith
NC1479 .M3 [Info] Phil May's Illustrated Annual, illust. by Phil May (full serial archives)
NC1479 .M33 [Info] Fifty Hitherto Unpublished Pen-and-Ink Sketches (London: Leadenhall Press, ca. 1900), by Phil May (illustrated HTML at Gutenberg Canada)
NC1479 .M33 [Info] Pictures by Phil May (London and Glasgow: Gowans and Gray, 1908), by Phil May (illustrated HTML at Gutenberg Canada)
NC1479 .M35 [Info] The Phil May Album (London: Methuen and Co., 1900), by Phil May, ed. by Augustus M. Moore (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
NC1479 .M38 1896 [Info] Phil May's Gutter-Snipes: 50 Original Sketches in Pen and Ink (London: Leadenhall Press, c1896), by Phil May (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
NC1479 .M42 A4 1898 [Info] Songs and Their Singers: From "Punch" (with a handwritten note by the author; London: Bradbury, Agnew, and Co., 1898), by Phil May
NC1479 .M45 T53 1949 [Info] Phil May (London: Art and Technics, 1948), by James Thorpe, illust. by Phil May (illustrated HTML in Canada; NO US ACCESS)
NC1479 .R4 [Info] Frank Reynolds, R. I., by A. E. Johnson, illust. by Frank Reynolds (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
NC1479 .R8 G86 [Info] A Catalogue of Books Illustrated by Thomas Rowlandson (1916), by Grolier Club
NC1499 .D3 R9 1920 [Info] Daumier: Der Meister der Karikatur (in German; Munich: Delphin Verlag, c1920), by Arthur Rümann, illust. by Honoré Daumier (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
NC1659 .T58 A6213 1842 [Info] The Adventures of Mr. Obadiah Oldbuck: Wherein are Duly Set Forth The Crosses, Chagrins, Calamities, Checks, Chills, Changes, and Circumgirations, By Which His Courtship Was Attended (New York: Wilson and Co., 1842), by Rodolphe Töpffer (multiple formats at Dartmouth)
NC1659 .T6613 [Info] The Comical Adventures of Beau Ogleby (London: Tilt and Bogue, ca. 1840) (PDF at MSU)
NC1763.C6 [Info] Red Cartoons From the Daily Worker, 1928 (New York: Daily Worker, c1928), by Fred Ellis, Jacob Burck, William Siegel, William Gropper, Don Brown, Hay Bales, Hugo Gellert, Maurice Becker, and K. A. Suvanto, ed. by Walt Carmon, contrib. by Robert Minor (HTML at marxists.org)
NC1763 .C6 D3 1926 [Info] Red Cartoons From the Daily Worker, the Workers Monthly and the Liberator: Communist Publications (Chicago: Daily Worker Pub. Co., c1926), by Fred Ellis, Maurice Becker, Lydia Gibson, Williams S. Fanning, Hay Bales, Juanita Preval, Robert Minor, William Gropper, Clive R. Weed, G. Piccoli, K. A. Suvanto, Art Young, Adolf Dehn, Hugo Gellert, A. L. Pollock, F. Kluge, and O. R. Zimmerman, ed. by Walt Carmon, contrib. by Michael Gold
NC1763 .C6 D3 1927 [Info] Red Cartoons of 1927, From the Daily Worker and the Workers Monthly (Chicago and New York: Daily Worker Pub. Co., c1927), by Fred Ellis, Lydia Gibson, A. Jerger, Maurice Becker, Henry Glintenkamp, La Grace, Robert Minor, William Gropper, Vose, Joseph Vavak, K. A. Suvanto, Art Young, Adolf Dehn, Hay Bales, Hugo Gellert, G. Silzer, and O. R. Zimmerman, ed. by Walt Carmon, contrib. by V. F. Calverton
NC1763 .C6 D3 1929 [Info] 1929 Red Cartoons, Reprinted From The Daily Worker (New York: Comprodaily Pub. Co., c1929), by Fred Ellis and Jacob Burck, ed. by Sender Garlin, contrib. by Joseph Freeman (HTML at marxists.org)
NC1765 .F65 2019 [Info] Frame by Frame: A Materialist Aesthetics of Animated Cartoons (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, c2019), by Hannah Frank, ed. by Daniel Morgan, contrib. by Tom Gunning (multiple formats with commentary at Luminos)
NC1766.U52 J6635 1994 [Info] Chuck Jones: A Flurry of Drawings (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994), by Hugh Kenner (illustrated HTML at UC Press)
NC1807 .U5 M47 1987 [Info] American Art Posters of the 1890s in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Including the Leonard A. Lauder Collection (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, c1987), by Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), contrib. by David W. Kiehl, Phillip Dennis Cate, and Nancy Finlay (page images and PDF with commentary at metmuseum.org and Google)

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