Charles Edmund Brock (1870 – 1938, English)


A Christmas Carol by Charles DickensA Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

Christmas At DreamthorpeChristmas At Dreamthorpe

Mr. Bumble And Oliver TwistMr. Bumble And Oliver Twist

Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, And Her Daughters Princess Elisabeth And Princess MargaretElizabeth, The Queen Mother,
And Her Daughters Princess Elizabeth And Princess Margaret

Lady Mairi StewartLady Mairi Stewart

King Midas And His DaughterKing Midas And His Daughter

Romulus And RemusRomulus And Remus

Miriam Ventured To Come CloserMoses – Miriam Ventured To Come Closer

The Cuckoo ClockThe Cuckoo Clock

The Maths LessonThe Cuckoo Clock – The Maths Lesson

Ogilvie, he asked, did you do these by yourselfOgilvie, he asked, did you do these by yourself?

Little Lord FauntleroyLittle Lord Fauntleroy

Little Lord Fauntleroy 5Little Lord Fauntleroy

Little Lord Fauntleroy 2Little Lord Fauntleroy

Little Lord Fauntleroy 4Little Lord Fauntleroy

Little Lord Fauntleroy 6Little Lord Fauntleroy

Little Lord Fauntleroy 3Little Lord Fauntleroy

Northanger Abbey - Catherine At The PianoNorthanger Abbey – Catherine At The Piano

Mansfield Park - In vain were the well-meant condescensions of Sir ThomasMansfield Park –
In vain were the well-meant condescensions of Sir Thomas

Persuasion - Their Grandmamma Humours And Indulges ThemPersuasion –
Their Grandmamma Humours And Indulges Them

Persuasion - In another moment someone was taking him from herPersuasion –
In another moment someone was taking him from her

Persuasion - Brought Home In Consequence Of A Bad FallPersuasion –
Brought Home In Consequence Of A Bad Fall

Sense And Sensibility - Little HarrySense And Sensibility – Little Harry

Sense And Sensibility - Why was he to ruin himself and their poor little HarrySense And Sensibility –
Why was he to ruin himself and their poor little Harry

Pride And Prejudice - On the stairs were a troop of little boys and girlsPride And Prejudice –
On the stairs were a troop of little boys and girls

Mr. Thornhill then took up the guitar himselfMr. Thornhill then took up the guitar himself

All's Well That Ends WellAll’s Well That Ends Well

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