The English Illustrated Magazine

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The English Illustrated Magazine
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Front cover for #28 (January 1886)
Frequency Monthly
First issue October 1883
Final issue
— Number
August 1913
359
Company Macmillan (1883-92)
Edward Arnold(1892-92)
Illustrated London News (1893 - 1898)
William Ingram (1898-1901)
T. Fisher Unwin(1901-1903)
Hutchinson's (1903-05)
Central Publishing (1905-13)
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The English Illustrated Magazine was a monthly publication that ran for 359 issues between October 1883 and August 1913. Features included travel, topography, and a large amount of fiction and were contributed by writers such as Thomas Hardy, Henry James, Stanley J. Weyman and Max Pemberton. Illustrators included Walter Crane, Carlo Perugini, Alma-Tadema, Louis Davis and Louis Wain.[1] When it began publication, it was the only illustrated competitor to Cassell's Magazine.[2]

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  1. ^ "Victorian Periodicals". Geocities.com. Archived from the original on 2009-10-26. Retrieved 2009-10-04. 
  2. ^ "Book Notices". The Week : a Canadian journal of politics, literature, science and arts 1 (16): 254. 20 Mar 1884. 
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