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Charles Keeping

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Ghost stories of M.James (Foilo Socity) illustrated by charles keeping No. 6 A very different rendition of a ghost. A looming figure against patterns of shrubs and grass and woods. Really good textures and contrasting shades. Real Haunted Houses, Art For Art Sake, Children's Book Illustration, Book Illustrations, Ghost Stories, Illustrators, Fantasy Art, Graphic Design, Prints

Ghost Stories of M.R. James (Folio Socity) illustrated by Charles Keeping

Here are the lithographic illustrations by Charles Keeping…

Human Figure Drawing Reference Stan Kurth, wonderful figure drawings abstracted, wonderful lines and tones - Figure Drawing Models, Human Figure Drawing, Figure Drawing Reference, Life Drawing, Figure Drawings, Art Drawings, Anatomy Reference, Pose Reference, Scribble Art

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Stan Kurth is an award winning fine artist working predominantly with mixed media and watermedia including, watercolor, acrylic and gesso on various surfaces. He is represented in private, public and corporate collections, and has shown in numerous local, national and international juried exhibitions including the National Watercolor Society, Western Federation of Watercolor Societies, International Society of Acrylic Painters, San Diego Watercolor Society International, Arizona Watercolor…

Charles keeping illustration from The Highwayman, a picture book version of Alfred Noyes' poem, 1981 Beneath The Sea, Beneath The Surface, Stand And Deliver, Famous Poems, Long Black Hair, Book Authors, Dark Side, Love Story, Old Things

A Darker Keeping: The Highwayman

Illustrator Charles Keeping had a dark side, always just beneath the surface of his work. Compare the work he did in “Joseph’s Yard” with “The Highwayman”, the famous …

Charles Keeping - Detail of Hades Chariot from The God Beneath the Sea. House Illustration, Book Illustrations, Beneath The Sea, Equine Art, Art Google, Artist At Work, Artsy Fartsy, Light In The Dark, Illustrators

Charles Keeping - Detail of Hades Chariot from The God Beneath the Sea. Image © Charles Keeping estate

Charles keeping illustration from The Highwayman, a picture book version of Alfred Noyes' poem, 1981 Famous Poems, Beneath The Surface, Collage Illustration, Pretty Pictures, Artsy Fartsy, Dark Side, Gothic, Horror, Old Things

A Darker Keeping: The Highwayman

Illustrator Charles Keeping had a dark side, always just beneath the surface of his work. Compare the work he did in “Joseph’s Yard” with “The Highwayman”, the famous …

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London Modernist Movement, London Art, East London, Horse Art, S Pic, Pictures To Draw, Artist At Work, Graphic Art, Graphic Design

Charles Keeping, Illustrator

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London

Back cover of "Tinker Tailor: Folk Song Tales" by Charles Keeping, 1969 History Of Illustration, Art Et Illustration, Sketch Pad, Drawing Projects, Retro Art, Painting & Drawing, Printmaking, Childrens Books, Illustrators

Tinker Tailor, by Charles Keeping

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I Heart Picture Books: Charles Keeping: The Highwayman Heart Pictures, Collage Illustration, Picture Books, Trauma, Childrens Books, Illustrators, Goth, Childhood, Ink

Charles Keeping: The Highwayman

So I was re-reading Charles Keeping tonight in an effort to perhaps see something there that I hadn't seen before and to convince myself that I should agree with it receiving the Kate Greenaway medal that it did in 1981. Yes, I am desperately trying to find something that would make me want to agree to give it this award because I grew up with all sorts of scary stories when I was little in Germany like about ghost ships and dead horse heads that hung in alleys that talked (Falada) and…