Friday, March 26, 2010

Illustrations from Bronte Novels

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WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Sketches by Edna Clarke Hall (1879-1979)


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Heathcliff and Cathy on moors.
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Hearth and house.

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Lonely hearth.

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Cathy on moor.


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Heathcliff alone.

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Cathy and Heathcliff at home.
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Heathcliff in kitchen and Cathy and Heathcliff on moor.


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Under the dresser and by the fire.

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Heathcliff confronts Cathy
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Cathy waits alone
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the agony.



Wuthering Heights Illustrations by Fritz Eighenberg

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Heathcliff appears as monster in these drawings...



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Unnamed Drawings.....Heathcliff catches Hareton and Cathy calls out in the rain
Heathcliff catches baby HaretonCatherine searches for Heathcliff in the rain
The last time and Heathcliff digs.
Cathering and HeathcliffHeathcliff hangs out in the graveyard where Catherine is buried

Hareton weeps for Heathcliff.

Nelly finds Heathcliff's dead body


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Cathy returns home and Heathcliff confronts Cathy

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Heathcliff flees and entwined lives.

These others by Balthus remind me of Wuthering Heights

Could be Heathcliff

As I imagine Heathcliff....Cathy...Emily.

Good model for Emily or Cathy

Irina Strekova....drawings

HeathcliffCathy

The passion of Wuthering Heights

The suffering.

Lonely Vigils.


Lonely soul.

Claire Leighton...

Wuthering Heights Men

Cathy and Isabella...???

the two Cathies?



Jane Eyre Illustrations

Edward A Wilson....sketches

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Eichenberg.....
Jane locked in...School supper

Jane, the orphaned school-girl

Liar....liarthe meeting

Jane is accused.....Jane meets her master...

Lovers at lastJane, the fugitive

Love and lightening....exposure and refuge



the ruinJane???

Ruin and new beginning.

Jane's lonely vigil with the bitten manUnknown artist

He is bitten....

the party
the party...unknown artist


The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

WildfellAgnes Grey
Anne Bronte's Novels

Wildfell Hall

Villette

title pagethe school


The Professor

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Shirley

Shirley is an 1849 social novel by the English novelist Charlotte Brontë. It was Brontë's second published novel after Jane Eyre (originally published under Brontë's pseudonym Currer Bell). The novel is set in Yorkshire in the period 1811–1812, during the industrial depression resulting from the Napoleonic Wars and the War of 1812. The novel is set against a backdrop of the Luddite uprisings in the Yorkshire textile industry. The novel's popularity led to Shirley becoming a woman's name. In the novel, Shirley Keeldar, the title character was given the name that her father had intended to give a son. Before the publication of the novel, Shirley was an uncommon - but distinctly male - name and would have been an unusual name for a woman. Sketches based on Bronte Books - The Brontë Soul

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