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Philip Dadd

Illustrator

(1880 - 1916)

Philip Dadd

Philip John Stephen Dadd was a British illustrator. His aunt was the celebrated illustrator Kate Greenaway.

Dadd studied at the Slade School of Fine Art from 1900 to 1903, and he became a staff artist at The Sphere magazine. During the First World War, he served on the Western Front in France.



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William Tell Told Again (1904)

The classic story of how the Swiss won their freedom from Austria. Pictures by Dadd, verses by Houghton and narrative by Wodehouse. Read online at Hathitrust.

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William Tell Told Again (2009)

The classic tale of how Switzerland won its freedom from Austria. Pictures by Dadd, verse by Houghton and narrative by Wodehouse.

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