Frederick Pegram

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Frederick Pegram

Frederick Pegram (1870 – 1937) was born in London and began his career as an illustrator and cartoonist, but was also a skilled painter and engraver. He studied at Westminster School of Art and served as a Special Constable at Buckingham Palace during the First World War. His work was frequently included in leading publications such as the Pall Mall Gazette, Punch Magazines, The Idler, Illustrated London News, The Tatler and The Daily Chronicle.
Pegram also illustrated a number of books, including Poor Jack (1897), At the Rising of the Moon (1898), London's World Fair (1898), The Orange Girl (1899) and Martin Chuzzlewit (1900).

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