Phiz


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Phiz:

see Browne, Hablot KnightBrowne, Hablot Knight
, pseud. Phiz,
1815–82, English illustrator. At 21 he was chosen by Charles Dickens to illustrate Pickwick Papers. His success was immediate, and in due course he illustrated many of Dickens's novels as well as works of Harrison
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Phiz

real name Hablot Knight Browne. 1815--82, English painter, noted for his illustrations for Dickens' novels
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Gathergold, and old Blood-and-Thunder, and Old Stony Phiz.
Our Lady of Assumption in Tile Hill has become the first primary school in Coventry to receive a Phiz Lab as part of an initiative supported by the Ogden Trust.
The illustrations by Phiz (aka Hablot Browne) that appeared in the monthly serial parts as well as in the bound first edition of Bleak House reinforce the verbally invoked visual details but oddly do not augment them very much.
CHIPPING Campden School has become the first secondary school in the UK to launch a Phiz Lab .
Phiz has taken some time to hit her stride but following her excellent effort in finishing second at doncaster she must take all the beating in the Princess Royal Richard Hambro EBF Stakes.
PHIZ has taken some time to hit her stride but following an excellent effort in finishing second at Doncaster must take all the beating in the Princess Royal Richard Hambro EBF Stakes at Newmarket.
Jamie Spencer's companion trotted away from Alta Lilea inside the final furlong and was not hard pressed in accounting for Phiz by a length and a quarter.
For an examination of some of Le Fanu's illustrators, including Phiz and Brinsley Le Fanu, see Simon Cooke's "Haunted Images: The Illustrating of Le Fanu" (Le Fanu Studies 2.
What is his connection with her corrupted Phiz social networking site and her 'watcher's' ominous spider symbol?
Illustrations by Phiz, Boz, Baz and Jemima Early editions of the novel were illustrated, most famously by Phiz (aka Hablot Browne).
Drawing on over sixty well-chosen black-and-white illustrations included in this book, Sher painstakingly explains the technical challenges, as well as publishing rationale, for appending engraved authorial portraits to around a fifth of the publications in his database, resulting in the fact that, as Burns himself acknowledged, "my phiz is sae kenspeckie" [my face is so well-known] that, on seeing a frontispiece likeness, even a joiner's apprentice recognized him (p.