Rubino in Black and White

22 illustrations by Antonio Rubino, ca. 1910–1914

Antonio Rubino, illus. for Tesoro Dorato (Golden Treasure) by H. C. Andersen (1911)

The first eight images in this post come from the database Indire: three from Tesoro dorato ed altri racconti, five from Pippo Sizza Aviatore.
Most of the remaining scans come from the wonderful book Antonio Rubino: I libri illustrati by Santo Alligo.
See all 50 Watts posts on the Italian illustrator Antonio Rubino (1880–1964).

Antonio Rubino, illus. for Tesoro Dorato by H. C. Andersen (1911)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for Tesoro Dorato by H. C. Andersen (1911)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for Pippo Sizza Aviatore by Giuseppe Fanciulli (1910)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for Pippo Sizza Aviatore by Giuseppe Fanciulli (1910)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for Pippo Sizza Aviatore by Giuseppe Fanciulli (1910)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for Pippo Sizza Aviatore by Giuseppe Fanciulli (1910)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for Pippo Sizza Aviatore by Giuseppe Fanciulli (1910)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for Corriere dei Piccoli magazine (1912)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for Madeo by Dante Dini (1912)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for I balocchi di Titina (1912)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for I balocchi di Titina (1912)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for I tre talismani by Guido Gozzano (1914)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for I tre talismani by Guido Gozzano (1914)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for Novelle by H. C. Andersen (1910)

Antonio Rubino, illus. for Novelle by H. C. Andersen (1910)

Antonio Rubino, 1911

from Estasi, incubi e allucinazioni 1900-1920 via the now dormant blog
livres-en-liberte.blogspot.com

from Estasi, incubi e allucinazioni 1900-1920 via the now dormant blog
livres-en-liberte.blogspot.com

Antonio Rubino, self-portrait, “Scherzo per violino,” 1911

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This post first appeared on May 28, 2014 on 50 Watts

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