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Kipling Collection

Rudyard Kipling, a name that resonates with literary brilliance and timeless tales

Background imageKipling Collection: The Cat that Walked by Himself

The Cat that Walked by Himself
THE CAT THAT WALKED BY HIMSELF Walking by his wild lone through the Wet Wild Woods & waving his wild tail

Background imageKipling Collection: Poster - British Military medals

Poster - British Military medals
NAVAL, MILITARY AND RAF DECORATIONS AND MEDALS 1793-1973. Poster, revised and edited by Arthur Kipling of the Society for Army Historical Research, 1975 (c)

Background imageKipling Collection: KIPLING: JUST SO STORIES. The Elephants Child

KIPLING: JUST SO STORIES. The Elephants Child. Illustration by Rudyard Kipling to the first edition of his Just So Stories, published in 1902

Background imageKipling Collection: JUNGLE BOOK, 1903. Mowgli and the lone wolf

JUNGLE BOOK, 1903. Mowgli and the lone wolf. Illustration by Edward and Maurice Detmold for The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, 1903

Background imageKipling Collection: RUDYARD KIPLING: JUST SO. Drawing by Kipling for his Just So Stories for Little Children, 1902

RUDYARD KIPLING: JUST SO. Drawing by Kipling for his Just So Stories for Little Children, 1902
RUDYARD KIPLING: JUST SO. Drawing by Kipling for his " Just So Stories for Little Children, " 1902

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling at Desk

Rudyard Kipling at Desk
English writer, Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) working at his desk

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling by Cyrus Cuneo

Rudyard Kipling by Cyrus Cuneo
Unconventional Portraits: No.XV.-A Superman amongst writers by Cyrus Cuneo. An impression of Rudyard Kipling, novelist and poet, showing him at work surrounded by characters from his books

Background imageKipling Collection: The Elephants Child

The Elephants Child
THE ELEPHANTs CHILD Kiplings tale of how the elephant got his trunk. A crocodile tugs at the elephants nose, and thus he develops a trunk!

Background imageKipling Collection: Jungle Book. Mowgli. Baloo

Jungle Book. Mowgli. Baloo
Baloo the bear, with Mowgli seated on his back, runs with wolves whilst Shere Khan the tiger watches in the background

Background imageKipling Collection: Mowgli & Wolves. Jungle

Mowgli & Wolves. Jungle
Shere Khan the tiger watches Mowgli with his wolf family

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling

Rudyard Kipling
English writer, Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) in South Africa, 1900

Background imageKipling Collection: Empire Day - May 24th, 1909

Empire Day - May 24th, 1909
One King. One Fleet. One Flag. One Empire. Celebration postcard to commemorate Empire Day - May 24th, 1909. Members of the British Empire celebrate beneath a statue of Queen Victoria above a

Background imageKipling Collection: KIPLING: THE JUNGLE BOOK. Illustration by W. H. Drake for The Jungle Book, 1894

KIPLING: THE JUNGLE BOOK. Illustration by W. H. Drake for The Jungle Book, 1894
KIPLING: THE JUNGLE BOOK. Illustration by W.H. Drake for The Jungle Book, 1894, showing Bagheera and Mowgli in the tree with Baloo watching on the ground

Background imageKipling Collection: Illustration, A Song of the English, Thames Embankment

Illustration, A Song of the English, Thames Embankment
Illustration to A Song of the English, a patriotic set of poems by Rudyard Kipling (first published in the English Illustrated Magazine)

Background imageKipling Collection: JUNGLE BOOK, 1903. Akela the lone wolf

JUNGLE BOOK, 1903. Akela the lone wolf. Illustration by Edward and Maurice Detmold for The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, 1903

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling, 1935, (1933). Artist: GL Manuel Freres

Rudyard Kipling, 1935, (1933). Artist: GL Manuel Freres
Rudyard Kipling, 1935, (1933). Joseph Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), English writer. From Rudyard Kiplings Verse, Inclusive Edition, 1885-1932. [Hodder and Stoughton Limited, London, 1933]

Background imageKipling Collection: Illustration, A Song of the English, Lighthouse

Illustration, A Song of the English, Lighthouse
Illustration to A Song of the English, a patriotic set of poems by Rudyard Kipling (first published in the English Illustrated Magazine)

Background imageKipling Collection: JUNGLE BOOK, 1903. Mowgli leaving the jungle

JUNGLE BOOK, 1903. Mowgli leaving the jungle. Illustration by Edward and Maurice Detmold for The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, 1903

Background imageKipling Collection: KIPLING: JUST SO STORIES. How the Whale got his Throat

KIPLING: JUST SO STORIES. How the Whale got his Throat. Illustration by Rudyard Kipling to the first edition of his Just So Stories, published in 1902

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling / Spy

Rudyard Kipling / Spy
English writer, Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling

Rudyard Kipling
English writer, Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling by Tom Hutt

Rudyard Kipling by Tom Hutt
Rudyard Kipling (1865 - 1936), British writer and poet, pictured in caricature by Tom Hutt, smoking a pipe and holding a copy of Many Inventions. Date: 1914

Background imageKipling Collection: KIPLING: JUST SO STORIES. How the Rhinoceros got his Skin

KIPLING: JUST SO STORIES. How the Rhinoceros got his Skin. Illustration by Rudyard Kipling to the first edition of his Just So Stories, published in 1902

Background imageKipling Collection: Kipling / Puck Pooks Hill

Kipling / Puck Pooks Hill
They saw a man sitting on the window-sill

Background imageKipling Collection: Picture No. 12479351

Picture No. 12479351
The Village Pond and the Elms, where Rudyard Date:

Background imageKipling Collection: A battle flag, the Union Jack is held by a horseman on top of a mound in a London News illustration

A battle flag, the Union Jack is held by a horseman on top of a mound in a London News illustration
Illustrated London News record of Transvall War 1899-1900. The achievements of the home and colonial forces in the great conflict with the Boer Republics. Spencer Wilkinson record. Sons of the Blood

Background imageKipling Collection: Jungle Book / Kipling

Jungle Book / Kipling
Baloo the bear, Kaa the snake, Bagheera the panther & the elephants

Background imageKipling Collection: Canadian Pavilion, 1911: General View of Main Hall, with Kipling's 'Lady of the Snows' in foreground

Canadian Pavilion, 1911: General View of Main Hall, with Kipling's "Lady of the Snows" in foreground
8621898 Canadian Pavilion, 1911: General View of Main Hall, with Kipling's "Lady of the Snows" in foreground (b/w photo) by English Photographer

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling: Song of the Red War-Boat (colour litho)

Rudyard Kipling: Song of the Red War-Boat (colour litho)
8673760 Rudyard Kipling: Song of the Red War-Boat (colour litho) by Maxwell, Donald (1877-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Song of the Red War-Boat)

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling: The Song of Diego Valdez (colour litho)

Rudyard Kipling: The Song of Diego Valdez (colour litho)
8673755 Rudyard Kipling: The Song of Diego Valdez (colour litho) by Maxwell, Donald (1877-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Song of Diego Valdez)

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling: The Wet Litany (colour litho)

Rudyard Kipling: The Wet Litany (colour litho)
8673754 Rudyard Kipling: The Wet Litany (colour litho) by Maxwell, Donald (1877-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Wet Litany)

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling in front of the Joan of Arc monument in Reims, 1915 (b/w photo)

Rudyard Kipling in front of the Joan of Arc monument in Reims, 1915 (b/w photo)
2967464 Rudyard Kipling in front of the Joan of Arc monument in Reims, 1915 (b/w photo) by Unknown photographer, (20th century); (add.info)

Background imageKipling Collection: Illustration to the poem The Coastwise Lights by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English

Illustration to the poem The Coastwise Lights by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English, pub.c.1914
3502858 Illustration to the poem The Coastwise Lights by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English, pub.c.1914; Photo © Hilary Morgan

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling: The Scholars (colour litho)

Rudyard Kipling: The Scholars (colour litho)
8673765 Rudyard Kipling: The Scholars (colour litho) by Maxwell, Donald (1877-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Scholars)

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling: The Junk and the Dhow (colour litho)

Rudyard Kipling: The Junk and the Dhow (colour litho)
8673758 Rudyard Kipling: The Junk and the Dhow (colour litho) by Maxwell, Donald (1877-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Junk and the Dhow)

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling: The Sea and the Hills (colour litho)

Rudyard Kipling: The Sea and the Hills (colour litho)
8673762 Rudyard Kipling: The Sea and the Hills (colour litho) by Maxwell, Donald (1877-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Sea and the Hills)

Background imageKipling Collection: Bateman's, Burwash, A Sussex Ironmaster's House, and now the Home of Mr Rudyard Kipling (b/w photo)

Bateman's, Burwash, A Sussex Ironmaster's House, and now the Home of Mr Rudyard Kipling (b/w photo)
8645516 Bateman's, Burwash, A Sussex Ironmaster's House, and now the Home of Mr Rudyard Kipling (b/w photo) by English Photographer

Background imageKipling Collection: KIPLING, Rudyard (1865-1936). British writer, born in India. Nobel Prize in Literature 1907

KIPLING, Rudyard (1865-1936). British writer, born in India. Nobel Prize in Literature 1907. Portrait of Kipling
CUL4858059 KIPLING, Rudyard (1865-1936). British writer, born in India. Nobel Prize in Literature 1907. Portrait of Kipling. Engraving. by Unknown Artist; (add.info.: KIPLING, Rudyard (1865-1936)

Background imageKipling Collection: Illustration to the poem The Song of the Cities, by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English

Illustration to the poem The Song of the Cities, by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English, pub.c.1914
3502889 Illustration to the poem The Song of the Cities, by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English, pub.c.1914; Photo © Hilary Morgan

Background imageKipling Collection: Illustration to the poem The Song of the Dead, by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English

Illustration to the poem The Song of the Dead, by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English, pub.c.1914
3502883 Illustration to the poem The Song of the Dead, by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English, pub.c.1914; Photo © Hilary Morgan

Background imageKipling Collection: Illustration to the poem The Song of the Dead, by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English

Illustration to the poem The Song of the Dead, by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English, pub.c.1914
3502878 Illustration to the poem The Song of the Dead, by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English, pub.c.1914; Photo © Hilary Morgan

Background imageKipling Collection: Illustration to the poem The Coastwise Lights by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English

Illustration to the poem The Coastwise Lights by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English, pub.c.1914
3502854 Illustration to the poem The Coastwise Lights by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English, pub.c.1914; Photo © Hilary Morgan

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling: The Nurses (colour litho)

Rudyard Kipling: The Nurses (colour litho)
8673808 Rudyard Kipling: The Nurses (colour litho) by Maxwell, Donald (1877-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Nurses)

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling: The Merchantmen (colour litho)

Rudyard Kipling: The Merchantmen (colour litho)
8673806 Rudyard Kipling: The Merchantmen (colour litho) by Maxwell, Donald (1877-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Merchantmen)

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling: Cruisers (colour litho)

Rudyard Kipling: Cruisers (colour litho)
8673770 Rudyard Kipling: Cruisers (colour litho) by Maxwell, Donald (1877-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Cruisers)

Background imageKipling Collection: Rudyard Kipling: The Liner she's a Lady (colour litho)

Rudyard Kipling: The Liner she's a Lady (colour litho)
8673759 Rudyard Kipling: The Liner she's a Lady (colour litho) by Maxwell, Donald (1877-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Liner she's a Lady)

Background imageKipling Collection: High Street, Burwash, Sussex (b/w photo)

High Street, Burwash, Sussex (b/w photo)
8675974 High Street, Burwash, Sussex (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: High Street, Burwash, Sussex)

Background imageKipling Collection: Illustration to the poem The Song of the Dead, by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English

Illustration to the poem The Song of the Dead, by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English, pub.c.1914
3502868 Illustration to the poem The Song of the Dead, by Rudyard Kipling, from A Song of the English, pub.c.1914; Photo © Hilary Morgan



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Rudyard Kipling, a name that resonates with literary brilliance and timeless tales. From his iconic works like "The Jungle Book" to the enchanting "Just So Stories, " Kipling has left an indelible mark on literature. In this captivating poster adorned with British military medals, we catch a glimpse of the multifaceted genius behind these beloved stories. The image showcases the depth of Kipling's experiences and influences, reflecting his own journey through life. One cannot help but be drawn to "The Cat that Walked by Himself, " a tale where independence meets curiosity. Through this story, Kipling invites readers into a world where animals possess human-like qualities, sparking our imagination and challenging societal norms. As we delve deeper into his work, we encounter "The Elephant's Child, " another gem from the collection of Just So Stories. This whimsical tale takes us on an adventure filled with humor and wisdom as young readers learn valuable lessons about curiosity and its consequences. Kipling himself was not only a master storyteller but also an accomplished artist. His drawings for Just So Stories transport us further into the magical realms he created, capturing our hearts with their intricate details and vibrant colors. Peering over his desk in one photograph, Rudyard Kipling appears deep in thought—a testament to his dedication to crafting captivating narratives that have stood the test of time. In another portrait by Cyrus Cuneo, we see him exuding confidence and charisma—qualities undoubtedly reflected in his writing. Mowgli & Wolves. Jungle—an image that transports us straight into the heart of nature itself—is yet another reminder of Kipling's ability to weave together adventure and morality seamlessly. The bond between Mowgli and Baloo showcased in Jungle Book continues to inspire generations with its message of friendship transcending boundaries, and is no wonder why Empire Day on May 24th held special significance for Rudyard Kipling.