Savage, Reginald (M)

Surname: Savage
Forename(s): Reginald
d. 1937. Nationality: English. VIAF.
Illustrator, teacher, painter, graphic artist, wood engraver, and designer. Born c. 1862 in Colchester, Essex. Contributed to The Dial. Connected with other artists as part of Charles Rickett’s circle. Teacher at Camberwell Art School. Exhibited at the Royal Society of British Artists and the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours. Biographical information: Brigid Peppin and Lucy Micklethwait, Dictionary of British Book Illustrators: The Twentieth Century, Cameron Books Ltd, 1983, p. 269; The British Museum (25 November 2021). (AC, CC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 10
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
The Flying Dutchman 1891-07 Atalanta Illustrator 2088
Lohengrin 1891-12 Atalanta Illustrator 2168
The Sad Ryme of Queen Valentine 1892-03 Atalanta Illustrator 2177
Youth Will Neads Have Dalliance, attributed to King Henry VIII 1892-10 Atalanta Illustrator 2227
“Come, here’s to the Knights of the true royal oak” 1892-12 Atalanta Illustrator 2243
“Come restles swallow fit my restles minde” 1893-06 Atalanta Illustrator 2267
The Nymph’s Reply 1893-09 Atalanta Illustrator 2275
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love 1893-09 Atalanta Illustrator 2274
Queen Elizabeth’s Verses, While prisoner at Woodstock, Writ with charcoal on a chutter 1893-10 Atalanta Illustrator 2279
The King’s Quair. Cantus 1893-10 Atalanta Illustrator 2280