Exhibitions
David McKee and 35 years of Not Now, Bernard
23 September - 3 October 2015
Not Now, Bernard is widely regarded as one of David McKee’s most iconic picture books, appealing to both adults and children alike. We are delighted to celebrate this landmark 35 year anniversary with David McKee and Andersen Press on the evening of Wednesday 23 September, with a reception and refreshments from 5:30pm. David's original, published Not Now, Bernard illustration artwork will be on show but not for sale alongside only two pieces of original artwork for sale: the German front and back cover artwork of Not Now Bernard

David will be in attendance at the gallery and sign and draw in copies of the new limited run anniversary edition (£35) as well as other books. A variety of David's artwork from many of his best-selling books published throughout long and esteemed career will be on show throughout the week and will include art from the original Mr Benn books and animated films, Elmer and King Rollo to name but three. The evening event is open to all, families are welcome and entrance is free.
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Brian Wildsmith's Dazzling World of Illustration
10 June - 1 July 2015
Brian Wildsmith’s Dazzling World of Illustration
10 June – 1 July 2015

As Brian Wildsmith celebrated his 85th birthday earlier this year Illustrationcupboard Gallery takes the opportunity to celebrate one of the greatest and most influential illustrators of the modern era.
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Celebrating Ten Years of Lost and Found with Oliver Jeffers
6 May - 6 June 2015
Celebrating Ten Years of Lost and Found with Oliver Jeffers

Oliver Jeffers and Illustrationcupboard Gallery are delighted to present an exhibition of original artwork celebrating 10 years of Lost and Found (HarperCollins, 2005).

As one of the leading contemporary illustrators working today, Oliver Jeffers needs little introduction and his best selling picture books have become a world wide sensation. Lost and Found has won over fifty awards including the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize Gold Award, 2006, and as the second book in its series it has enchanted millions as well as being turned into a BAFTA Award winning short animated film.

Original artwork by Oliver Jeffers is on show, and selected pieces are offered for purchases to collectors. Preview here on the website!

Illustrationcupboard Gallery
22 Bury St.
London
SW1Y 6AL

+44 (0)207 976 1727
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Six of the Best Our selection of exciting illustrators
8 April - 2 May 2015
Six of the Best – Exciting illustrators to watch
8 April – 2 May 2015

We present an all-women group of exciting illustrators to watch.

Some have shown regularly over the years and others are ‘new faces’.
Helen Ward and Eva Montanari, already extensively published
grow from strength to strength. We are delighted to show Eva’s
recent Italian classic Pinocchio.

Laura Carlin has achieved a great deal in a relatively short time as has Emily Sutton, known well for
her fine art creations and now launching in to the world of illustrated
books.

Anna Cattermole is a rising star of reportage, and we
welcome Louise Yates whose Dog Loves Books is in development to be an animated tv series.

Please click to read further on each artist.

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