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When I began this blog, I stated that it was started primarily because it was a project for a class I am taking. I intend to continue it when the class ends. However, I’ve been instructed to add some content to this blog from the various other assignments I’ve been given over the last three months. So, the next 4 or 5 posts will appear very quickly (in the next two days) and will be followed with “our regularly scheduled programming.” FYI.
It’s been written than Robert McCloskey used to refer to his writing as a “sort of an accident.” Well wouldn’t we all love to have been so accident prone as he was? Continue reading
Those of you who are looking to own a piece of your favorite illustrator (if your favorite illustrator is Edward Gorey and a “piece” of clothing will suffice), will be delighted by Bloomsbury auction house’s upcoming December 9th auction
Like Harry Clarke, Rockwell Kent wasn’t an illustrator in the strictest sense of the word, his talents being successfully applied to a number of mediums including printmaking, painting and writing. Its his line illustrations and prints I love best, however.