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This unique and delightful book charts the route by which Brian Partridge was 'Drawn into Wonderland' and shows how the work of Lewis Carroll and the adventures of his ever-curious heroine have continually inspired the artist throughout his career. Brian Partridge's detailed and imaginative drawings are a joy to study, and readers of this book are likely to return to it again and again.
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A gem of a book, this beautifully produced slim volume collects together a representative sample of his best work. His drawings are not just painstakingly meticulous, but conceived with a mature and artistic command of composition that belies his lack of formal training. They are crammed full of detail that reveals a deep familiarity with the whole of Carroll's work and keeps the reader coming back to discover more allusions and half-concealed references. --Alan White. Lewis Carroll Review Issue 30 July 2005About the Author:
Brian Partridge was born in 1953 and has been based in York since 1994. Although he has no formal art training, he began drawing with pen and ink in 1976 and has worked full time as an artist and illustrator since 1988. In addition to his many book and magazine illustrations his work has been widely exhibited in the UK, America and Japan. Brian has been closely associated with The Brotherhood of Ruralists, contributing to many of their exhibitions and publishing projects. He currently exhibits with the Society of Art of the Imagination.
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Book Description PH Topics, U.K., 2004. Cloth Bound. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Limited edition 248/250 signed by author on title page. Fine. Unclipped DW has spine top creasing o/w Fine. Lightweight book - p & p reduction applicable to equate with cost. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 004487