Wonderlands

The Illustration Art of Robert Ingpen

Robert Ingpen
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A celebration of Robert Ingpen's work as an illustrator and storyteller, told through his own illustrator's notes, original sketches and abundant illustrations from his award-winning publications - and revealing the places, stories and people that inspired him along the way.

Robert Ingpen's astonishing creative vision, expressed in well over 100 books, has enchanted countless families around the world. Like a keeper of our collective imagination, he has led us on wide-ranging journeys into the wondrous landscapes of the classics he has so famously illustrated: Neverland, the Riverbank, Oz and Alice's Wonderland - as well as into the magical scenes of his own invention and the more real but no less captivating scenery of his beloved Australia.

Wonderlands is a glorious celebration of Robert Ingpen's work as an illustrator and storyteller, told through his own illustrator's notes, original sketches and abundant illustrations from his award-winning publications - and revealing the places, stories and people that inspired him along the way.

Author bio:

Robert Ingpen was born in 1936 in Geelong, Australia. He studied illustration art and book design at The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. In 1986 he was awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Medal for his contribution to children's literature and has been honoured with Membership of the Order of Australia. A world-renowned artist and author, he has designed, illustrated and written over 100 books. This series of classic works illustrated by Robert includesTreasure Island,Peter Pan andWendy,The Jungle Book,The Wind in the Willows andA Christmas Carol. Robert lives and works in Anglesea, near his home town of Geelong.

Category: Visual arts
ISBN: 9781913519711
Publisher: Welbeck
Imprint: Welbeck Editions
Pub Date: November 2021
Page Extent: 176
Format: Hard Cover
Subject: Individual artists, art monographs