Don Quixote poster design by J and W Beggarstaff

Bibliographical References

Sources Cited

This is a list of bibliographical sources cited for the works of J. & W. Beggarstaff (1894-1899): James Pryde (1866-1941) and William Nicholson (1872-1949). For brevity throughout the Beggarstaff Catalogue Raissoné, these reference works are cited by their main authors or a shortened form of their titles.

Bella, Edward, editor. A collection of posters; the illustrated catalogue of the first exhibition. London, 1894. Catalogue for the first poster exhibition at the Royal Aquarium, London, 1894.
Bella, Edward, editor. A collection of posters; the illustrated catalogue of the second exhibition. London, 1896. Catalogue for the second poster exhibition at the Royal Aquarium, London, 1896.
Bolton, Charles Knowles. A descriptive catalogue of posters, chiefly American, in the collection of Charles Knowles Bolton with biographical notes and a bibliography, May MDCCCXCV. Boston: Winthrop B. Jones, 1895.
Brinckmann, Justus B. Plakat ausstellung. Hamburg: Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, 1896. Library of Congress (25 Jan 2010)
Campbell, Colin. The Beggarstaff posters. Barrie & Jenkins. London, 1990.
Malhotra, Ruth; Spielmann, Heinz; and Thon, Christina. Das frühe plakat in Europa und den USA: ein bestandskatalog. Band 1, Großbritannien vereinigte von Nordamerika. Berlin: Gebr. Mann Verlag, 1973.
Flood, Ned Arden. Catalogue; being a list of some few American, Dutch, English, French and Japanese posters from the collection of Mr Ned Arden Flood. Meadville, PA, 1897. Catalogue for exhibition 1897.
Hiatt, Charles. Picture posters: a short history of the illustrated placard, with many reproductions of the most artistic examples in all countries. London: George Bell and Sons, 1895. (21 Jan 2010)
Hillier, Bevis. Posters. New York: Stein and Day, 1969.
Applebaum, Stanley, editor. The complete “masters of the poster”: all 256 plates from “Les maîtres de l’affiche”. New York: Dover Publications, 1990.
Spielmann, Heinz, editor. Katalog der ausstellung: plakat und buchkunst um 1900. Hamburg: Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, 1963.
Sponsel, Jean Louis. Das moderne plakat. Dresden: Verlag von Gerhard Kühtmann, 1897.
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