Elizabeth Fearne Bonsall

Elizabeth Fearne Bonsall (September 12, 1861 – September 25, 1956) was an American painter and illustrator. She illustrated The Book of Cats (1903), The Book of Dogs, The Pied Piper of Hamelin (1927), and new books. She created illustrations for Henry Christopher McCook's American Spiders and their Spinningwork. McCook credits her for making most of the illustrations for the volume. Bonsall along with created illustrations for magazines. She won several awards for her works amongst 1885 and 1897.

Bonsall was a student of Howard Pyle and Thomas Eakins and advocate of The Plastic Club in the United States. In Paris, she studied below Raphaël Collin and Gustave-Claude-Etienne Courtois.

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