The English Illustrated Magazine

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The English Illustrated Magazine
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Front cover for #28 (January 1886)
First issueOctober 1883
Final issue
August 1913
CompanyMacmillan (1883–92)
Edward Arnold (1892–92)
Illustrated London News (1893–98)
William Ingram (1898–1901)
T. Fisher Unwin (1901–03)
Hutchinson's (1903–05)
Central Publishing (1905–13)
CountryUnited Kingdom

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, Emeric Hulme Beaman, 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". Archived from the original on 26 October 2009. Retrieved 4 October 2009.
  2. ^ "Book Notices". The Week: A Canadian Journal of Politics, Literature, Science and Arts. 1 (16): 254. 20 March 1884.

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