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Charles Livingston Bull [1874-1932]

illustrations (plates) for

Irving Crump's Og, Son of Fire (1922)

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

ILLUSTRATIONS
Beside him, shivering and whimpering, were two wolf cubsFrontis.
Og squatted down close at hand and watched them48
The pack stopped. Og and his fire arrested them56
Og beheld in the lower branches three big forms64
The great creature carried him as easily as Og would have carried a young goat76
It was trying to trace the direction of an odor94
The boulder, with a crunching noise, came out of its insecure resting place100
Then be proceeded with his skinning, while the wolf cubs looked silently on102
Great bats, almost as big as Og himself138
The huge serpent raised its head and shining neck aloft and glared about the cavern142

 

 


Beside him, shivering and whimpering,
were two wolf cubs. [frontispiece]

 


Og squatted down close at hand and watched them. [p.48]

 


The pack stopped. Og and his fire arrested them. [p.56]

 


Og beheld in the lower branches three big forms. [p.64]

 


The great creature carried him as easily as Og would have carried a young goat. [p. 76]

 


It was trying to trace the direction of an odor. [p.94]

 


The bowlder, with a crunching noise,
came out of its insecure resting place. [p.100]

 


Then he proceeded with his skinning,
while the wolf cubs looked silently on. [p.102]

 


Great bats, almost as big as Og himself. [p.138]

 


The huge serpent raised its head and shining neck aloft and glared about the cavern. [p.142]

 


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