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The above portraiture is of Serge Diaghilev (1872-1929) illustrated by Alexandre Benois over a proscenium arch from which the showman from Petruschka draws the curtains to reveal a scene from Le Pavillion d’Armide, with Petruschka hiding in the corner. Russian … Continue reading
To be a Heath-en you need to know about this English cartoonist and illustrator, Heath Robinson who is best known for his drawings of eccentric machines. As a concept, the term “Heath Robinson” is often used to describe unnecessarily complex … Continue reading
Author and illustrator of children’s books Ernest Aris was born Alfred Ernest Walter George Aris, in Islington, London on 22nd April, 1882. He attained a Diploma from the Bradford Technical College and School of Art in 1900 and conducted further studies at the … Continue reading
The image is from the Balletomane’s Sketchbook by Kay or Katherine Ambrose. It is entitled “Alexander Wallewski – Maciek is dead, is dead!”. Kay Ambrose was born in Surrey 1914 and died in London on 1st December 1971. Kay was an author, illustrator, … Continue reading
Cecil Langley Doughty (born 7th November 1913), was a British comic illustrator, best known for his work “Knockout” and the educational weekly “Look and Learn”. Doughty was born in Withernsea, East Riding, Yorkshire and trained at the Battersea Polytechnic. His earliest work was comic strips appearing … Continue reading