Quentin Saxby Blake

* 16. 12. 1932,
illustrator, painter, pedagogue, writer

 

sex: male

word:
Dílo:
- Patrick, 1968, Jonathan Cape
- Jack and Nancy, 1969, Jonathan Cape
- Angelo, 1970, Jonathan Cape
- Snuff, 1973, Jonathan Cape
- Lester at the Seaside, 1975, Collins
- Lester and the Unusual Pet, 1975, Collins
- The Adventures of Lester, 1977, BBC
- Mister Magnolia, 1980, Jonathan Cape —winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal
- Quentin Blake's Nursery Rhyme Book, 1983, Jonathan Cape
- The Story of the Dancing Frog, 1984, Jonathan Cape
- Mrs Armitage On Wheels, 1987, Jonathan Cape
- Quentin Blake's ABC, 1989, Jonathan Cape
- All Join In, 1990, Jonathan Cape —winner of the Kurt Maschler Award for integrated text and illustration[12]
- Cockatoos, 1992, Jonathan Cape
- Simpkin, 1993, Jonathan Cape
- The Quentin Blake Book of Nonsense Verse, 1994, Viking
- Clown, 1995, Jonathan Cape —commended runner up for the Greenaway Medal[13][b]
- La Vie de la Page, 1995, Gallimard
- Mrs Armitage and the Big Wave, 1997, Jonathan Cape
- Dix Grenouilles (Ten Frogs), 1997, Gallimard
- The Green Ship, 1998, Jonathan Cape
- Zagazoo, 1998, Jonathan Cape
- Zap! The Quentin Blake Guide to Electrical Safety, 1998, Eastern Electricity
- Fantastic Daisy Artichoke, 1999, Jonathan Cape
- The Laureate's Party, 2000, Random House
- Un Bateau Dans le Ciel, 2000, Rue du Monde
- Words and Pictures, 2000, Jonathan Cape
- Tell Me a Picture, 2001, National Gallery Co Ltd
- Loveykins, 2002, Jonathan Cape
- Laureate's Progress, 2002, Jonathan Cape
- Mrs Armitage, Queen of the Road, 2003, Jonathan Cape
- A Sailing Boat In The Sky, 2003, Red Fox
- Angel Pavement, 2004, Jonathan Cape
- You're Only Young Twice, 2008, Andersen Press
- Daddy Lost his Head, 2009, Andre Bouchard
- Quentin Blake: Beyond the Page, 2012, Tate Publishing

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