Chu Chin Chow, 1910s

Chu Chin Chow. Postcard by Samuels Ltd. London. Photo: F. W. Burford. Costume design for Chu Chin Chow, a musical comedy written, produced and directed by Oscar Asche, based on the story of Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves. The piece premièred at His Majesty’s Theatre in London on 3 August 1916 and ran for five years. | src Flickr

Holocaust / Form, 1916

Form. A Quarterly of the Arts, April 1916, nº 1, vol. 1. John Lane, London & John Lane Co., New York. Edited by Austin Osman Spare and Francis Marsden. (Holocaust, illustration by Austin O. Spare). | src Universtitätsbibliothek Heidelberg

Imitation / Form, 1916

Form. A Quarterly of the Arts, April 1916, nº 1, vol. 1. John Lane, London & John Lane Co., New York. Edited by Austin Osman Spare and Francis Marsden. (Imitation, illustration by Herbert Cole). | src Universtitätsbibliothek Heidelberg

Form. A Quarterly of the Arts

Form. A Quarterly of the Arts, April 1917, nº 2, vol. 1. John Lane, London & John Lane Co., New York. Edited by Austin Osman Spare and Francis Marsden. (Untitled illustration by Austin O. Spare, dated 1911-12). | src Universtitätsbibliothek Heidelberg

The Grotesque / Form, 1916

Form. A Quarterly of the Arts, April 1916, nº 1, vol. 1. John Lane, London & John Lane Co., New York. Edited by Austin Osman Spare and Francis Marsden. Page 4. The Grotesque (illustration by Austin O. Spare). | src Universtitätsbibliothek Heidelberg