|René Bull (1872–1942)|
|Date of birth/death||11 December 1872||14 March 1942|
|Location of birth/death||Dublin, Ireland|
René Bull (11 December 1872 – 14 March 1942) was an illustrator. Bull contributed sketches and political cartoons to various publications, and worked for Black and White illustrated newspaper as a special artist and photographer. Titles he illustrated include The Arabian Nights (1912), Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám (1913), The Russian Ballet (1913), Carmen (1915), Andersen's Fairy Tales, Gulliver's Travels and A Garland of Roses (1928).
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