William wrote and illustrated three highly successful children’s books (The Adventures of Uncle Lubin 1902, Bill the Minder 1912, Peter Quip in Search of a Friend 1933) as well as illustrating numerous others.
In the run up to WW1, Robinson became known for a series of drawings in magazines such as The Sketch and The Tatler, many of which I will be featuring in this comprehensive look at his work.
This is part 13 of a 20 – part series on the works of W. Heath Robinson:
|1914 for "The Sketch" July 1914 pen and ink and watercolour 40.6 x 27.9 cm|
|1915 for "The Sketch" September 1915. A 'Grouse as usual" outrage by a German officer pen and ink and watercolour 38.1 x 27.9 cm|
|1915 World War 1 cartoon|
|1915-20c Indoor Football; The Town Councillors of Muggleton ink over pencil and opaque white on illustration board 38.3 x 26.3 cm Library of Congress, Washington, DC|
1915 Some 'Frightful' War Pictures: