Monthly Archives: July 2015

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J-Class Yachts, pastels by John Harris

John Harris is fascinated by these beautiful yachts and has produced many sketches and paintings of them, initially for Royal Caribbean but later for sheer pleasure. Now they’re to take part in the America’s Cup so they’re in the news. … Continue reading

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Harry Potter – Special Edition

Bloomsbury have plans to publish a special edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, illustrated by Jim Kay. Here is Jim, with Val Brathwaite (art director) and Isabel Ford (editor) admiring the print of Diagon Alley which is to … Continue reading

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John Harris Chesley nomination

John feels very honoured to have been nominated for the Lifetime Achievement Award as well as for his cover for Ann Leckie’s Ancillary Sword. At the same time, we’ve unearthed some sketches from the 80’s and 90’s and put them … Continue reading

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Nifty lifting of images

Watch out for these people who seem to be selling prints of Fred Gambino, Jim Burns and John Harris’s images without our know-how. Seems like we’re in good company too.

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Nick Maland’s “London Through Time”

Nick has worked with Angela McAllister to choose important scenes of London which take us from Roman times to the present day. Two children (and a dog and a pigeon) can be spotted in each scene, and there is a … Continue reading

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Ian Miller at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery

This is the piece which will be included in the infra:REAL exhibition in New York in August. It’s also included in the new range of Ian’s prints.

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Welcome to Judith Clute

Judith Clute is an artist and illustrator who I’ve admired for many years. I’m pleased to say that you can now view her work through my website here, or by accessing her site through the link on the right hand … Continue reading

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