In his 30-year career, internationally accomplished artist Robert Ingpen has illustrated more than 100 books for children and adults. In 1986 he was awarded the highest honor in the children's book world, the Hans Christian Anderson Medal, for his lasting contributions to children's literature. This handsome 112-page volume collects scores of beautifully reproduced paintings and sketches from dozens of Ingpen's best known books, surveying a long and fruitful career. Including an introduction, commentary, and Ingpen's own descriptions of his work, this delightful retrospective is a welcome addition to any art-book collection.
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Grade 10 Up–This Australian artist has illustrated over 100 books, fiction and nonfiction, in a career that spans over 40 years. His representational style is evocative as well as narrative. Pictures showcases some of his work and includes his commentaries about the selections in detailed captions. The full-color reproductions range in size from spot art to double-page illustrations. Also included are rough, early sketches, storyboards, and brainstorming drawings that will give readers an idea of what is involved in the process of illustrating stories. Though the reproductions are the obvious stars of this book, there is a surprising amount of information in the captions and Sarah Mayor Cox's analytical commentaries on both the illustrations and Ingpen's working process. Perfect for art teachers and students desiring more information on illustration and design, and the work of Ingpen, this beautiful book will have a small but select audience.–Heather E. Miller, Homewood Public Library, AL
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