Frederick Sandys

(1829—1904) painter and illustrator

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Sandys, though not a prolific illustrator, produced several strong and sensuous wood-engraved designs primarily for periodicals, including Once a Week, Cornhill Magazine, Good Words, and Argosy. His illustrations for poetry are especially powerful.

From The Oxford Companion to the Book in Oxford Reference.

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