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He led Jack up to a man who shot upon a barrel. From ‘Jack Ballister’s Fortunes’, “Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates” (1921)

He led Jack up to a man who shot upon a barrel. From ‘Jack Ballister’s Fortunes’, “Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates”

Howard Pyle | Golden Age Illustrator

Howard Pyle

Howard Pyle | Golden Age Illustrator

N.C. Wyeth - Treasure Island illustrations

N.C. Wyeth - Treasure Island illustrations

Howard Pyle

Battle of Monmouth. "On sped the light chestnut, with the little officer bending almost to the saddle-bow"

The Tampa Bay History Center has a pirate exhibit open until April 26th and I'm thinking end of semester field trip as a way to put a cap on the class. Argh!

The Tampa Bay History Center has a pirate exhibit open until April and I'm thinking end of semester field trip as a way to put a cap on the class.

"The ambush", Artist, Howard Pyle (1853–1911)  American illustrator

Howard Pyle painting of a duel between an English gentleman and a roguish character. possibly a buccaneer. Looks very much like a scene from a 1942 pirate movie. in my opinion.

Howard Pyle. (1905) Extorting tribute from the citizens

Howard Pyle, Extorting Tribute from the Citizens, Delaware Art Museum

Pirate research

Pirates fight over treasure in a 1911 Howard Pyle illustration.

Howard Pyle

“Blackbeard's last fight” by Howard Pyle Finally, some pirates. On June Howard Pyle sent the last two illustrations for.

Infamous Pirates - William Kidd - Kidd at Gardiners Islands

Infamous Pirates - William Kidd - Kidd at Gardiners Islands

Howard Pyle was one of the most influential illustrators of all times. Being excellent tutor too and teaching great artists like Jessie Wilcox Smith, Philip R. Goodwin, N. C. Wyeth and others he is...

Howard Pyle

Howard Pyle was one of the most influential illustrators of all times. Being excellent tutor too and teaching great artists like Jessie Wilcox Smith, Philip R. Goodwin, N. Wyeth and others he is.

"Marooned Pirate" by Howard Pyle

Howard Pyle: Detail of "Marooned"

Pirate Flags

Pirates of the Caribbean: Pirate Flags

mathieu lauffray - Cerca con Google

"Axis Mundi" de Mathieu Lauffray : Cap pour l’Aventure (.

Sailor Heaving the Lead, 1807

Heaving a lead by John Augustus Atkinson, 1 January Repro ID: ©National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

"The Oyster Stall" - Illustration from Henry Mayhew's "London Labour & London Poor" (1851-1865): "I’ve been twenty years and more, perhaps twenty-four, selling shellfish in the streets. I was a boot closer when I was young, but I had an attack of rheumatic fever, and lost the use of my hands for my trade. The streets hadn’t any great name, as far as I knew, then, but as I couldn’t work, it was just a choice between street selling and starving, so I didn’t prefer the last."

"The Oyster Stall" - Illustration Henry Mayhew's "London Labour & London Poor"

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