New work by Jeffrey Alan Love

aeldredjefflove2604Many congratulations to Jeffrey on winning a Spectrum Award. There’s also more on the website about his book of Norse Myths, commissioned by Walker Books (as above), and a wealth of amazing new work for clients in the US.

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Castles at the Southampton City Art Gallery

no-15-after-gormenghast-72The forthcoming exhibition of castle paintings at the Southampton City Art Gallery will include a piece (above) by Ian Miller from his Gormenghast series. This will be an exciting and comprehensive show which also includes work by Turner and Constable. It opens on 26th May 2017.

High-quality signed giclee prints of others in the series can be found here.

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Jim Burns’ Robot

robot-artworkA recent piece for a German magazine by Jim Burns.

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The Cherry Tree

the-cherry-treeYou may know John Harris for his science fiction work but what about this as a marker of such a sunny weekend in the UK? Signed and limited giclee prints are available for £225 plus VAT, or US$295. Email me for more details.

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Bologna Children’s Book Fair

clabbertOlivia Lomenech Gill will be at the fair to meet potential copublishers of the book of Fantastic beasts commissioned by Bloomsbury Children’s Books. Here is her “Clabbert” which was used at the London Book Fair.

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The Rhythm of the Rain

rotr_spread_12gGrahame Baker Smith has cleverly told the story of the rain cycle in a picture book. In this scene, the animals are parched but now relieved to see the return of the rain in their valley.

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Jim Kay shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal

hp1_troll-spread_layersMany 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.

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Phantoms of Fear

ff-ianWe 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.

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Fantastic Beasts at the LBF

lbfWatch 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.

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The Building of FTL1

the-rebuilding-of-ftl-1A classic painting revisited, by John Harris.

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