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Charles Livingston Bull [1874-1932]

illustrations (plates) for

Irving Crump's Og, Boy of Battle (1925)

"Charles Livingston Bull was the premier wildlife artist of his time in America, perhaps the best of his kind in the world..."

ILLUSTRATIONS
In an instant the trees seemed to swarm with a horde of horrible creatures.Frontis.
Sitting astride the swaying branch and gripping it with his feet and one free hand he waited48
Suddenly the horse they were stalking gave a shrill whinny of fear58
At a command from Og they hurled their spears72
A wooly rhinoceros and hard upon its heels followed two huge hyenas102
Following close onto the heels of the first giant came several others128
Snarling the leopard gazed about viciously170
Reached upward, and, wrapping its trunk around the tree, shook it furiously282

 

 


In an instant the trees seemed to swarm with
a horde of horrible creatures. Page 113 [frontispiece]

 


Sitting astride the swaying branch and gripping
it with his feet and one free hand he waited. [p.42]

 


Suddenly the horse they were stalking gave a shrill whinny of fear. [p.58]

 


At a command from Og they hurled their spears. [p.72]

 


A wooly rhinoceros and hard upon its heels followed two huge hyenas. [p. 102]

 


Following close onto the heels of the first giant came several others. [p.128]

 


Snarling the leopard gazed about viciously. [p.170]

 


Reached upward, and, wrapping its trunk
around the tree, shook it furiously. [p.282]

 


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