Thursday, July 12, 2007

Victorian Notables: Harry Grant Dart



Harry Grant Dart was a dilligent illustrator in the later Victorian era, with a multitude of illustrations showing airships and zepplins. I actually had a bit of difficulty locating much on him, but if you wish to at least see more of his work, please go to the following locations:

http://paleo-future.blogspot.com/

http://home.att.net/~dannysoar2/HarryGrantDart.htm

3 comments:

Artesia B's World said...

I enjoyed reading this post. The link to the Paleo-Future blog was awesome...looking at the 1900's, there was a clip of the moving sidewalk! Exciting to see the sidewalk, the clothing of the period, the kids being themselves! lol! Very enjoyable piece!

Edward Pearse said...

Very nice post. And thank you very much for pointing it out. I shall have to read it further.

Dr. Rafael Fabre said...

Miss Artesia - Tyvm! I'm quite glad you enjoyed the posting, madam

Mr. Pearse - I am elated that you found the it intriguing!