By James Buckley Jr., Cynthia O'Neill

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J. Poynter was known for his epic paintings. He also was an illustrator and created designs for stained glass and decorative furniture. Poynter was Caldecott’s art professor at the Slade School. James Whistler was a painter from the United States. Charles Keene was a comic illustrator. George du Maurier was a writer and illustrator. Caldecott met Jules Dalou as well. The French sculptor instructed Caldecott in clay modeling in exchange for English lessons. Perhaps the most notable of Caldecott’s many connections in London was the one he had with Thomas Armstrong, the artist he had traveled to London to meet in 1870.

In 1962, Clarendon merged with Union Club He could learn 4 5 and formed the St. James Club. • 29 • Publishing Pioneers from other members’ knowledge and experience. He was in good company. As he spent more and more time drawing, those who knew Caldecott could see his talent. A coworker at Manchester & Salford wrote of his dear friend’s lack of impressiveness as a bank clerk: Caldecott’s ability was general, not special. 6 A Good Clerk Although Randolph Caldecott was an artist at heart who spent time drawing at work, he also completed the tasks he was assigned.

He now had a new, larger audience—London. He continued to send Blackburn illustrations, many of which were published. ”8 With his drawings printed in almost every issue of London Society, Caldecott was making a name for himself in London. He also received praise from critics who enjoyed his humorous renderings in the periodical. Even with this success, Caldecott continued to work in other mediums. In early 1872, Caldecott sold two paintings: one done in oil and the other in watercolor. The successes in London and Manchester prompted Lack of Encouragement Caldecott to make a bold decision.

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