The Illustration Collection 2011
Illustrationcupboard is delighted to celebrate 15 years of winter exhibitions, launching a new list of classic and contemporary book illustration from around the world.

Widely regarded as the major source for classic and iconic contemporary book illustration and film animation artwork. This central London gallery represents exclusively many of the most famous author/illustrators and exhibits original artwork at affordable prices. Over 500 original pieces of artwork on show with prices starting at £50 for artwork, and signed and first edition books at cover prices.

Highlights include:
Anthony Browne (Children’s Laureate) - artwork for the new book Me and You
Jane Hissey - the Old Bear (Televised with over 40 episodes which gained a BAFTA Award).
Lauren Child - silk screen for the new Charlie and Lola book Slightly Invisible.
Jill Murphy - original artwork for Five Minutes Peace.
Brian Wildsmith - spectacular colourful paintings for Birds and Circus.
Maurice Sendak – drawings, and rare signed editions from Where the Wild Things Are (1971)

Shirley Hughes - Alfie, David McKee - Elmer the Elephant, Chris Riddell – The Graveyard Book
Dick Bruna - Miffy, Tony Ross - Little Princess, Benedict Blathwayt - Little Red Train, Emma Chichester Clark - Melville and Croc, Kevin O’Neill - Judge Dredd, John Lord - Alice in Wonderland, Oliver Jeffers, Satoshi Kitamura, Anita Jeram, Wayne Anderson, Angela Barrett, Catherine Rayner, Edward Ardizzone, Arthur Rackham, and artwork by many others.

Film animation artwork includes Nick Park’s Wallace and Gromit, as well as Brian Cosgrove’s Danger Mouse and the very rare original production cels from Raymond Briggs’s film of The Snowman.
Exhibition date
22 Bury St, St James's, London, SW1Y 6AL