Eric Fitch Daglish

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Eric Fitch Daglish
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Born29 August 1892
Died5 April 1966 (1966-04-06) (aged 73)
OccupationEngraver, nature writer

Eric Fitch Daglish (29 August 1892 – 5 April 1966)[1] was a British engraver and author. He illustrated classics by Izaak Walton, Henry David Thoreau, Gilbert White and W. H. Hudson with exquisite wood engravings.[2] Daglish also authored a number of natural history and wildlife/countryside books. Many of his books are now out of print but the originals are sold over the Internet.

He died in 1966. He is survived by two sons (twins) and one daughter from his first marriage to Alice Archer, and by one daughter and a son from his second marriage to Esther Lena Rutland. His son Stephen Daglish has conducted and published research on the tracing the origins of the Daglish family name.[citation needed]

Selected works[edit]

A selection of books written by or illustrated by Eric Fitch Daglish:[citation needed]

  • The South Country, Edward Thomas and Eric Fitch Daglish (1932)
  • A Nature Calendar (1932)
  • A Week on the Concord and Merrimac Rivers, The Open Air Library by Henry Thoreau (1932)
  • How To See Beasts (1933)
  • How to See Flowers (1933)
  • The Dog Owner's Guide (1933)
  • The Gardener's Companion by Miles Hadfield (1938)
  • The Lake Counties by W.G. Collingwood, A. Reginald Smith and Eric Fitch Daglish. (1939)
  • Fly Fishing by Viscount Grey of Fallodon (1939)
  • Birds Of The British Isles (1948)
  • The Dog Breeder's Manual (1951)
  • Enjoying the Country (1952)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Desmond, Ray (1994). Dictionary of British and Irish Botanists and Horticulturists. CRC Press. p. 189. ISBN 9780850668438. Retrieved 7 June 2017.
  2. ^ Hutchinson Encyclopedia 8th Edition. George Philip & Son Ltd. 1988. p. 342.

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