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The Story of the Dancing Frog, first published by Red Fox 1984 An exceptional frog dances Swan Lake in Russia.

Quentin Blake at the House of Illustration – in pictures

The Story of the Dancing Frog, first published by Red Fox 1984 An exceptional frog dances Swan Lake in Russia.

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Candide, written by Voltaire, Quentin Blake illustrated edition published by The Folio Society 2011 Eternal optimist Dr Pangloss is hanged.

Quentin Blake at the House of Illustration – in pictures

“Illustration “a language that we can all understand”, it’s very accessible, Quentin Blake tells us

Danny the Champion of the World, written by Roald Dahl, first published by Jonathan Cape 1975 Danny's father with handfuls of sleeping pheasants.

Quentin Blake at the House of Illustration – in pictures

Danny the Champion of the World, written by Roald Dahl, first published by Jonathan Cape 1975 Danny's father with handfuls of sleeping pheas.

How Tom Beat Captain Najork and His Hired Sportsmen, written by Russell Hoban, first published by Jonathan Cape 1974 The formidable Aunt Fidget Wonkham-Strong and her nephew Tom.

Quentin Blake at the House of Illustration – in pictures

How Tom Beat Captain Najork and His Hired Sportsmen, written by Russell Hoban, first published by Jonathan Cape 1974 The formidable Aunt Fidget Wonkham-Strong and her nephew Tom.

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Roald Dahl - The Enormous Crocodile 2 by Quentin Blake. Massive range of art prints, posters & canvases.

The Twits, written by Roald Dahl, first published by Jonathan Cape, 1980 Mr Twit eats a plate of worms disguised as spaghetti.

Quentin Blake at the House of Illustration – in pictures

Mrs Armitage illustration by Quentin Blake

Quentin Blake by Ghislaine Kenyon review – the brilliant illustrator at work

Blake’s images for Roald Dahl’s book and his own creations such as Zagazoo and Mrs Armitage have given immense pleasure to readers for decades. This terrific book explores his imagination

The Boy in the Dress, written by David Walliams, first published by HarperCollins 2008 Dennis and his friend Lisa discuss shoes as they walk home from school.

Quentin Blake at the House of Illustration – in pictures

The Boy in the Dress, written by David Walliams, first published by HarperCollins 2008 Dennis and his friend Lisa discuss shoes as they walk home from school.

The Wild Washerwomen, written by John Yeoman, first published by Hamish Hamilton 1979 The washerwomen go out on the rampage.

Quentin Blake at the House of Illustration – in pictures

The Wild Washerwomen, written by John Yeoman, first published by Hamish Hamilton 1979 The washerwomen go out on the rampage.

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