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Collection by Anna Nisbet

Anna Nisbet
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Beside the Seaside With Jessica Hogarth — Heart Home

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Love the freedom in the brush marks and the brilliant creations of Roald Dahl, not confined by reality, i'd love to see a giant peach flying through the sky! Quentin Blake James and the giant peach Wild Imagination Quentin Blake Illustrations, James And Giant Peach, Roald Dahl Day, Animation, Children's Book Illustration, Book Illustrations, Book Art, Artsy, 4 Months

Roald Dahl Day

September is Roald Dahl's birth month, and each year we celebrate with a wonderful array of events centred around his birthday on 13th September.

Quentin Blake is famous for illustrating the Roald Dahl books. To jog peoples memories Roald Dahl is the author of books such as Matilda, . I Love Books, Good Books, Books To Read, My Books, The Meta Picture, Reading Quotes, Reading Books, Reading Habits, Reading Strategies

The 10 Greatest Child Geniuses in Literature

Quentin Blake's illustrations for Roald Dahl's books = perfection.

Limited edition Roald Dahl posters, prints and artwork featuring illustrations by Sir Quentin Blake. Buy from the home of Roald Dahl. Fuchs Illustration, Children's Book Illustration, Illustration Animals, Quentin Blake Illustrations, Illustrations Posters, Roald Dahl Books, Mr Fox, Drawn Art, Fox Art

Roald Dahl - Fantastic Mr Fox by Quentin Blake - art print from King & McGaw

Roald Dahl - Fantastic Mr Fox by Quentin Blake. Massive range of art prints, posters & canvases. Quality UK framing & 100% Money Back Guarantee!

Quentin Blake illustrations- His tools. I like this one because the artist shows… Roald Dahl Characters, Quentin Blake Illustrations, Children's Book Illustration, Art Lessons, Illustrators, Art Projects, Art Pieces, Artsy, Matilda

Quentin Blake illustrations- His tools. I like this one because the artist shows the smallest amount of detail on the tools to make them look realistic. This creates texture within the piece because you already know what these tools feel like and what they are primarily used for.