Eva Roos

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Eva Roos, née Vedder (1872 - 1956) was an artist and illustrator mainly of children's books.

Life[edit]

She is believed to have lived and worked in the Hampstead area of London in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Works[edit]

Books illustrated include:

  • "East Lynne" by Mrs Henry Wood published 1900s? by Collins, London featuring 8 illustrations by Eva Roos.
  • "Helen's Babies" by John Habberton First published by Grant Richards, London 1911. Featuring sixty illustrations by Eva Roos. Republished in 1919 by Chatto & Windus.

The Emperors Medal a story for children by D.S. Batley, published by T C & E C Jack, London 1907. Featuring six illustrations by Eva Roos.

The Happy go luckies, by M H Legh, published 1905. The Noisy Years by Jessie Dearmer Published in 1902.