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The Bystander

Tallis Street, London E.C.4

The Bystander was a weekly news magazine founded in 1903 that covered the pursuits and pleasures of members of high society. It was one of the Great Eight weekly magazines: The Graphic, The Illustrated London News, The Sketch, The Sphere, and The Tatler, all of which contained the work of Blampied between 1912 and 1940, plus The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News and Eve.

Drawings by Blampied appeared in 214 issue of the magazine, three quarters of which were in the four years between 1923 and 1926. About 300 are shown here in 10 pages, with links below.

Blampied was pictured aged 38 (with characteristic cigarette), in the issue of 12th November 1924 (see below).

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Cover of The Bystander in July 1925 with a drawing by Blampied

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Image of drawing1912-1915 (8 issues)     Image of drawing1916-1918 (17 issues)   Image of page1919-1920 (8 issues)

Image of drawing1922 (12 issues)        Image of drawing1923 (22 issues)       Image of page1924 (49 issues)

Image of page1925 (49 issues)       Image of page1926 (43 issues)       Image of page1927 (3 issues)

Image of page1937 (3 issues)