Gilbert and Sullivan Archive

Gondoliers Picture Gallery

A series of eight beautiful watercolors by W. Russell Flint. Mr. Flint illustrated eight of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas. The scanned pictures were provided to the Archive by David Stone.

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List and learn, ye dainty roses. I've at length achieved a capture!
From the sunny Spanish shore. You must make some allowance.
End of Act I--Girls wave Farewell to Men. The Dance is interrupted.
When you have nothing else to wear But cloth of gold and satins rare. Oncely, twicely--oncely, twicely--Bow impressively ere you glide.

To the W. Russell Flint illustrations for:

Gondoliers   |   Iolanthe   |   Mikado   |   Patience   |   Pirates of Penzance   |   Princess Ida   |   Ruddigore   |   Yeomen of the Guard

Page updated 14 March 2004