Karen Taylor Fine Art - British Watercolours
29 June - 6 July
An exhibition of 18th and 19th century paintings and works on paper, including examples by Reynolds, Romney, Sandby, Rowlandson, T. S. Boys, Lear, Landseer and Cox, and a group of watercolours by John Sell Cotman and Louis Francia from a French collection which have not been seen in public since they were drawn in the 1830s.

The Illustrationcupboard Gallery
22 Bury Street, St James’s, London SW1Y 6AL

29 June - 6 July 2018
Late evening view Tuesday 3 July until 9pm
9.30am - 6pm weekdays
11am - 5pm 30 June & 1 July
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In The Garden of Anita Jeram
10 July - 10 September 2018
‘The pictures, which are uncluttered, light, expressive and full of movement, match the poignancy of the text.’ The Times

‘Gorgeous watercolours illustrated this affectionate story. A perfect picture book.’ The Good Book Guide

This summer we are delighted to present 30 new pieces of original artwork by Anita Jeram, one of the world’s best-selling picture book illustrators. These newly released artworks focus on the wonderful lively and colourful characters bought to life in her many best-selling books, such as Guess How Much I Love You, Contrary Mary, Daisy Dare, You Can Do It Sam and many others.

This exhibition offers an unrivalled opportunity for visitors, enthusiasts and collectors to view and acquire pieces from a unique archive of Jeram’s work. Alongside there will be associated merchandising artwork and even some of Anita's rare and beautiful personal character-study embroideries.

Alongside the exhibition there will be a selection of signed books available for purchase, including anniversary copies her classic Guess How Much I Love You, one of the best-selling illustrated pictures books of all time with over 28 million copies sold in 53 languages during the past 20 years. This exhibition is sure to be the most exciting event of the summer holidays, not to be missed!

Also available for purchase will be a selection of signed books, including anniversary copies the bestselling classic, Guess How Much I Love You.
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06 June - 06 July 2018
Shaun Tan is one of the great names around the world, not only for his books but film, animation and paintings. We are therefore delighted to present a very special collection of original artwork.

For the first time Shaun has released a selection of the final artwork that he produced for the world-famous book TALES FROM OUTER SUBURBIA.

This collection constitutes the published original drawings that Shaun produced for the book, and as such offers fans and collectors a very special opportunity to acquire this illustrated PUBLISHED ARTWORK from one of his books.

An opportunity NOT TO BE MISSED!

We are also showing a concept drawing of ‘ERIC’ as well as the beautiful surreal and fantastic oil paintings and pastel drawings that Shaun has produced a concept work and for his own pleasure. Some of these superb pastel works are of an impressive size and are truly amazing to see hung on the wall.

Alongside this work there will be a selection of Shaun's Giclee editioned prints, which he has produced himself in his studio, and are work produced for his best-selling book 'The Arrival' as well as 'Tales from Outer Suburbia'.

There will also be a selection of signed books available for purchase as well, including the impressive special edition of 'The Singing Bones' (£75).

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The Emperor's New Clothes - A Classic by Angela Barrett
25 April - 25 May 2018
The Emperor's New Clothes' - Hans Christian Andersen, retold by Naomi Lewis, illustrated by Angela Barrett.
"25 April - 25 May 2018.

'' The translation is fine and sure, and Barrett's artwork is splendid, full of lively vignettes and early-20th-century details, complete with a company of wise dogs and the impeccably expressive faces of bystanders.' (Kirkus Review)

The Emperor's New Clothes is one of those books illustrated by the wonderful Angela Barrett that we never believed she would release. The classic Hans Anderson Tale is one of the most famous of all and its relevance seems to fit every age without fail. It has long been one of Angela's personal favourite books, and one she has been loathe to break-up however we are delighted, indeed honoured, to assist her in offering this to collectors and enthusiasts to acquire.
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