Book Illustrations by Robin Ironside

1950 The Prospector: Being the Life and Times of Rudolph Erich Raspe (1737 - 1794) by John Carswell.
The Cresset Press, London, 1950.
Hardback, 21.5 x 13.5 cm.
Cover illustrated by Robin Ironside (monochrome)

1951 The Moods of London by R.J. Cruikshank, illustrated by Robin Ironside. Hamish Hamilton, London, 1951.
Hardback, 21.6 x 13.4 cm.
Dust-wrapper (three colours)
Full-page two-colour plates:
'St James's Park' (frontispiece)
'The Tower of London' (facing p.8)
'St. Mary-le-Strand' (facing p.20)
'Group of Animals' (facing p.40)
'Windows framing the dancing crests of Plane Trees' (facing p.68)
'The undulating character of Kensington Gardens.'The Dell, near Albert Gate' (facing p.86)
'The Union of Science and Theology at the Athenaeum Club' (facing p.106).

The Gulf of Pleasure by Alan Ross.
George Weidenfeld & Nicolson Ltd., London, 1951.
Hardback, 21.3 x 13.5 cm.
Dust-wrapper by Robin Ironside (four colours).
World Review (Incorporating Review of Reviews),
New Series 27, May 1951, edited by Desmond Fitzgerald.
Edward Hulton, 43 Shoe Lane, London, EC4.
Paperback, 25.9 x 18 cm.
Two full-page three-colour plates (between pp.32-33): 'Drawings by Robin Ironside. 1. The Gardens of the Isola Bella at night. 2. Venetian Street. These drawings form part of a series on Italian themes and are derived from impressions received during a tour of northern Italy in the summer of 1950.'

1953 The Violins of Saint-Jacques: A Tale of the Antilles by Patrick Leigh Fermor.
John Murray and Derek Verschoyle, London, 1953.
Hardback, 12.6 x 13.6 cm.
Illustrated by Robin Ironside (uncredited)
Spoon (pp.7 & 139)
Heraldic achievement (p.19)
Chandelier (p.38)
Lovers in a gazebo (p.70)
Letter (p.93).

2nd impression, John Murray, London, 1953.
3rd impression, John Murray and Andre Deutsch, London, 1958.
St Martin's Press, New York, 1977.
Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1985.
John Murray, London, 2004 (including the end-papers, pp.2-3).
Poems by Christina Rossetti selected and with an introduction by Robin Ironside.
The Grey Walls Press, London, 1953.
Hardback, 21.4 x 13.8 cm.
Dust-wrapper by Robin Ironside (uncredited; two colours).
1958 Encounter, Vol.X, No. 1, January 1958, edited by Stephen Spender and Irving Kristol.
Panton House, 25 Haymarket, London, SW1.
Paperback, 25.4 x 18.5 cm.
Robin Ironside, 'The Inspiration of Antique Painting', pp.59-65, with eight decorations by the author.

Decoration one
Decoration two
Decoration three
Decoration four
Decoration five
Decoration six
Decoration seven
Decoration eight

Christmas Cards by Robin Ironside
Adoration of the Magi

Pen on paper,
18 cm by 13 cm.
The Nativity on a Lace Collar
Designed for Mr. David Horner,
Watercolour and gouache with pen and ink over pencil on paper,
19.3 x 16.6 cm.
Nativity Scene
Pen on paper,
Date unknown
41 x 26 cm.
Madonna and Child
Pen on paper,
Date unknown
18 x 10 cm.

Shepherd with Star of Bethlehem
Pen on paper,
Date unknown
19 x 13 cm.
Pen on paper,
Date unknown
Size unknown.