- Also known as
Edmund Joseph Sullivan
primary name: Sullivan, Edmund Joseph
- individual; painter/draughtsman; printmaker; British; Male
- Life dates
- Illustrator, watercolourist and etcher; born in Putney, London; initially worked as an illustrator for the London Graphic and from 1893, the Pall Mall Magazine; was a prolific exhibitor including: Royal Academy, Royal Watercolour Society, Fine Art Society, New English Art Club, Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Hiberian Acxademy and the Baillie Gallery; his early illustrative work in 1898 was for Carlyle's ' Sartor Resartus' and later his 'French Revolution'; he illustrated books by many authors, including: Tennyson, Marryat and Gilbert White; he was author of 'The Art of Illustration', 1921, ' Line, An Art Study' 1922, and 'Still-Life and Flowers', 1929; Master of the Art Workers' Guild, 1931. His work is held by the V&A Museum, National Portrait Gallery, Bradford Museum and Art Gallery as well as the British Museum.
- Percy V Bradshaw: 'Art of the Illustrator', 1920