Eva Roos

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


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


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.