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Illustrations Oliver Twist Illustrations

Oliver Twist Illustrations

George Cruikshank supplied all 24 illustrations for Oliver Twist originally published in monthly parts from February 1837 to April 1839.

Note: It has been noted that Cruikshank could not draw pretty woman, it also appears that he had trouble drawing children. The children in the Oliver Twist illustrations look like miniature adults without the defining characteristics of children, such as the disproportionately large head and soft features which make a child look like a child.

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Oliver claimed by his Affectionate Friends

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Oliver asking for More

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Oliver escapes being bound to a Sweep

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Oliver plucks up a Spirit

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Oliver introduced to the Respectable Old Gentleman

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Oliver amazed at the Dodger's Mode of 'going to work'

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Oliver recovering from Fever

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Oliver's Reception by Fagin and the Boys

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Master Bates explains a Professional Technicality

Oliver_Twist 10
The Burglary

Oliver_Twist 11
Mr. Bumble and Mrs. Corney taking Tea

Oliver_Twist 12
Mr. Claypole as he appeared when his Master was out

Oliver_Twist 13
Oliver at Mrs. Maylie's Door

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Oliver waited on by Bow-street Runners

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Monks and the Jew

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Mr. Bumble degraded in the Eyes of the Paupers

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The Evidence destroyed

Oliver_Twist 18
Mr. Fagin and his Pupils recovering Nancy

Oliver_Twist 19
The Jew and Morris both begin to understand Each Other

Oliver_Twist 20
The Meeting

Oliver_Twist 21
Sikes attempting to destroy his dog

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The Last Chance

Oliver_Twist 23
Fagin in the Condemned Cell

Oliver_Twist 24
Rose Maylie and Oliver