Quentin Blake: In The Theatre Of The Imagination
Ghislaine Kenyon's exceptional insight into Blake's oeuvre and life has produced not merely a biography, but a critical view of the artists work. Learn about Blake's remarkable life and how it is inextricably intertwined with his work.
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|Dimensions||12.7 x 19.8cm|
|Fabric & material||Hardback|
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This book has been selected and reviewed by Michael Prodger for the RA Magazine: Issue 131 Summer 2016.
Quentin Blake had his first cartoons published in Punch while still a schoolboy and went on to become Roald Dahl's indispensable ally and Britain's best loved illustrator. His scratchy penmanship and whimsically subversive humour are instantly recognizable, but the man himself isn't: Kenyon's study of the inimitable Blake, now 83, is richly illustrated and its revealing interviews gives a welcome insight into this most distinctive artist.