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Artists' Agent
I represent a group of talented artist/illustrators and also sell their original paintings and drawings. Their portfolios can be found below.
Artist and illustrator
Fantasy and children's books
Science fiction illustrator and fantasy artist
Travelling artist and editorial illustrator
Paintings, illustration and fine art prints
Landscape, science fiction and marine artist
Book and editorial illustrator, ex-curator at Kew
Artist and printmaker
Tolkein and Peake prints, and stock art
Illustrator and graphic designer
I can be contacted at:

Mobile: 07712 592 155
30 Evesham Road
GL52 2AB

My US agent is Alan Lynch
(607) 257 0330
Cellphone: (607) 342 4373
Fax (607) 257 4433
116 Kelvin Place
Ithaca, NY 14850

I also work as a freelance rep for the Illustrators' Agency, Arena but just for six of the main UK children's book publishing clients.
Jim Kay shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal
Many congratulations to Jim Kay, shortlisted for the illustrations in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, published by Bloomsbury. This is such a well-deserved honour. The book itself is by no means new but Jim's ability to visualise a new Harry Potter world when the films had already done that with such success was an enormous task. His imaginative skills are extraordinary. Just look at how he showed the ghosts, and how he gave us some background information on the life of trolls. He is a miracle man.
Phantoms of Fear
We have some of Ian Miller's exquisite original drawings for sale from the Fighting Fantasy book "Phantoms of Fear". They are substantial in size and they're real classics of that amazing series.
Fantastic Beasts at the LBF
Watch out if you're going to the London Book Fair this week. Olivia Lomenech Gill's work for Fantastic Beasts has been displayed on the Bloomsbury stand. Here is the Chimaera and the Occamy. The book will be published in November.
The Building of FTL1
A classic painting revisited, by John Harris.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Andrea Immel of Cotsen's Children's Library at Princeton University has written a review of the book and chosen many of Jim Kay's best illustrations in the book to make her points. The above illustration is actually from Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and it was even more powerful before Jim covered up part of the face at the publishers' request.
John Harris Pastels for Sale

Often, these drawings where the ideas first appear†are the most dramatic.
Canary Wharf, then and now
When Canary Wharf was just a sparkle in Thatcher's eye, Paul Cox was invited by Punch to draw its early stages. Now he's gone back, and found the same vantage point. The DLR (seen on the bridge, left) had to †be widened to even dream of coping with demand. The last twenty years have seen massive changes in London.