Pencil sketches, collages, annotated photocopies, photographs and proofs used by P.J. Lynch in the making of the illustrations for "The Chrsitmas miracle of Jonathan Toomey"
|Main Creator:||Lynch, Patrick James artist|
P.J. Lynch was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1962. He won the Kate Greenaway medal in 1996 for his illustrations of "The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Twoomey". Among the other books which he illustrated are "A Bag of Moonshine" (for which he won the Mother Goose Award in 1987), "Melisande", "East O' the Sun, West O' the Moon", "The Snow Queen", "The Steadfast Tin Soldier", "When Jessie came across the Sea", "W.B. Yeats Fairy Tales of Ireland", "Catkins" and "Oscar Wilde Stories for Children"
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Includes an essay 'On the use of photography in illustration' by P.J. Lynch.
"The Chrsitmas miracle of Jonathan Toomey" was first published in 1995 by Walker Books Ltd, London, England
Physical description: 2 folders : pencil, watercolour, collage, photographic prints ; 59.3 x 83.7 cm. or smaller.
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|PD 3195 TX||
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Authorization to publish or reproduce must be obtained from P.J. Lynch