Click here to see examples of Caldecott's work, courtesy of Mary Mark Ockerbloom.
Other examples can be seen at the Web site maintained by the Randolph Caldecott Society (UK).
His first published drawings appeared in a Manchester newspaper.
After various journals accepted his work, Caldecott went to London in 1872 where he studied at the Slade School with Sir Edward Poynter.
A literary award given annually since 1938 under the auspices of the American Library Association to the illustrator of the most distinguished children's picture book published in the United States during the preceding year. Melcher, the medal is named in honor of the Victorian children's book illustrator Randolph Caldecott.
The ALSC maintains the Born in Chester in northwest England, Randolph Caldecott taught himself to draw as a child and persisted despite his father's wish that he go into banking.
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