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"Sunflowers in a Kent Garden," Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe

Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe (British, Sunflowers in a Kent Garden. Much of his work seems to have been painting including lovely work for Ladybird of the natural world.

"Disarmament Conference", illustration by Fritz Eichenberg, 1977// In Praise of the Anthropomorphic: Design Observer

In Praise of the Anthropomorphic

"Disarmament Conference", illustration by Fritz Eichenberg, In Praise of the Anthropomorphic: Design Observer

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Frank-Ivo van Damme born in he has engraved nearly ex libris in wood and copper earning an international reputation for his widely exhibited, award-winning works. Many of Van Damme’s wood or copper engraved bookplates are of an erotic nature.

Illustration by Charles Tunnicliffe for "What to look for in Winter", published by Ladybird Books.

older illustration but the wonkyness of the fence make the picture interesting Illustration by Charles Tunnicliffe for "What to look for in Winter", published by Ladybird Books.

Alovely little bagpipe-playing ptarmigan by Edward Bawden for Fortnum & Mason.

A lovely little bagpipe-playing ptarmigan by English artist & illustrator Edward Bawden for Fortnum & Mason. via St Jude's Prints

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Edward Bawden – - Illustration from 'Life in an English Village', published in 1949 by King Penguin Books. The book contains 16 lithographs by Bawden showing the daily round of village life.

Edward Bawden,pamphlet for Fortnum and Mason's,Alphabet of Illustrators

Brochure spread from "The Delectable History of Fortnum & Mason" by English artist & printmaker Edward Bawden via animalarium

John Lawrence (1933- ) "Days Are Where We Live" wood engraving, 1959. Signed, titled, dated and numbered 6/50. 251 X 152 mm.

John Lawrence ) "Days Are Where We Live" wood engraving, Signed, titled, dated and numbered 251 X 152 mm.

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