Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997)
Morrow, George

(1869-1955) UK cartoonist and illustrator, active from about 1890, and long (1906-1954) associated with Punch. He was essentially a humorist, and his strokes were broad. Relatively little of his work was fantasy, though he illustrated several books of interest, including The Flying Carpet (anth 1926) ed Cynthia Asquith, Swollen-Headed William (1914) by E V Lucas (1868-1938), The Death of the Dragon (coll 1934) by J B Morton, all three of E A Wyke-Smith's fantasy novels and a 1932 edition of Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels. [JC]

George Morrow


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