Charles Ricketts - Encyclopedia


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"CHARLES RICKETTS (1866-), English artist, was born at Geneva Oct. 2 1866, and was educated in France. In 1889 he became joint editor with Charles Shannon of the Dial. In 1896 he founded the Vale press, the output of which was a series of beautifully designed and printed books. Of his pictures, " The Plague " (1911) is in the Luxembourg at Paris, and " Don Juan " (1916) in the National Gallery of British Art. He published The Prado and its Masterpieces (1903), Titian (1906) and Pages on Art (1913).

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