Harriet M. Bennett
Little is known about this English watercolor painter that specialized in eighteenth figure subjects. She worked at Forest Hill, London and exhibited many paintings at The Royal Academy between 1877 and 1892, her specialty being eighteenth-century figure subjects. 

Children’s Books Illustrated 
 

  • Mack, Lizzie, Once Upon A Time, An Illustrated Story-Book for Children, New York, E. P. Dutton, 1880.

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  • Mack, Robert Ellice, All Around the Clock, New York, E. P. Dutton & Company, c. 1884.

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  • Mack, Robert Ellice, Queen of the Meadow, E. P. Dutton and Company, c. 1885.

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  • A Book of Poems and Pastorals, c. 1885.

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  • Mack, Robert Ellice, Old Father Time and His Twelve Children, London, Ernest Nister, c. 1890.

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  • Mack, Robert Ellice, The Talking Clock, and the Stories it told, London/New York, Ernest Nister/EP Dutton, c. 1890.

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  • Andrew Lang, editor, The Nursery Rhyme Book, Frederick Warne, 1897.

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  • A Round Robin.

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  • Weatherly, Fred, The Little Lovers,London, Hildesheimer & Faulkner, New York, Geo C. Whitney.

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  • Keble, John, Blest are the Pure in Heart.
 
Andrew Lang, editor, The
Nursery Rhyme Book, Frederick
Warne and Co., 1897.
Robert Ellice Mack, Queen of
the Meadow, E.P. Dutton and
Company, ca. 1885.
Keble, John, Blest are the Pure in Heart.
Keble, John, Blest are the Pure in Heart
Keble, John, Blest are the Pure in Heart

Sources

Edens, Cooper, The Glorious ABC, New York, Atheneum, 1990.
Houfe, Simon, The Dictionary of 19th Century British Book Illustrators, Suffolk, Antique Collector's Club, 1996.
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