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by Ernest H Shepard

The Pooh sketchbook download ebook
ISBN:
0416244203
ISBN13:
978-0416244205
Author:
Ernest H Shepard
Publisher:
Methuen; 1st Ed. edition (1982)
Language:
Pages:
96 pages
ePUB:
1499 kb
Fb2:
1365 kb
Other formats:
mobi doc lit rtf
Category:
Graphic Design
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Rating:
4.4

The Pooh Sketchbook book. Ernest Howard Shepard was an English artist and book illustrator

The Pooh Sketchbook book. Drawings by Ernest H. Shepard for the Pooh stories by A. A. Milne. Ernest Howard Shepard was an English artist and book illustrator. He was known especially for his human-like animals in illustrations for The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame and Winnie-the-Pooh by A. Books by Ernest H. Shepard. Mor. rivia About The Pooh Sketchbook.

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Here's where Pooh's adventures all began. Published in 1926, this is the original Winnie-the-Pooh with illustrations by Ernest H. Shepard

Here's where Pooh's adventures all began. Beginning with "Winnie-the-Pooh and Some Bees," here are ten classic tales featuring the whole gang: Pooh, Piglet, R. The Complete Tales and Poems of Winnie-the-Pooh (Winnie-the-Pooh, Milne · Ernest H.

The Sketchbook of Loish is the second published book by digital artist Loish (Lois van Baarle) after it was .

The Sketchbook of Loish is the second published book by digital artist Loish (Lois van Baarle) after it was successfully funded on Kickstarter in four minutes. Showcasing a wide range of her traditional and digital sketches, this book features exclusive artwork, both old and new, by Loish, ranging from character sketches to environmental speed paints.

The Pooh Sketch Book is a wonderful look at the creative genius of Ernest H. This collection of preliminary sketches for the classic Pooh illustrations is a must for any serious patron of illustration. Shepard's economy of line and his mastery of gesture and movement are even more evident in pencil form. The softness of the medium coupled with the charm of the subject is a perfect combination. Even though Shepard is a well known and well loved illustrator, this book gives you a new appreciation for the artist. The book is well produced and the illustrations are handled well.

Ernest Howard Shepard OBE, MC (10 December 1879 – 24 March 1976) was an English artist and book illustrator. He is known especially for illustrations of the anthropomorphic animal and soft toy characters in The Wind in the Willows and Winnie-the-Pooh. Shepard was born in St John's Wood, London. Having shown some promise in drawing at St Paul's School, in 1897 he enrolled in the Heatherley School of Fine Art in Chelsea.

The Pooh Sketchbook contains the preliminary sketches by Ernest H. Some of these sketches are compared to the final illustrations, and all of them are rather delightful

The Pooh Sketchbook contains the preliminary sketches by Ernest H. Some of these sketches are compared to the final illustrations, and all of them are rather delightful. There are few words in this book, and my son enjoyed flipping through it too: Pooh! he said, over and over. The Pooh Bedside Reader by . The complete subtitle is In Which the Beloved Creations of .

Contains a collection of the sketches and preparatory drawings by Ernest Shepard for the "Winnie-the-Pooh" stories. There are examples of Shepard's illustrations which allow fans of Pooh to meet the original toys from Christopher Robin's nursery, as they posed for the artist.
Reviews:
  • Modigas
Very informative. I appreciate that I was able to purchase this book.
  • ladushka
My sister loves this book. She loves the artwork and the stories and commentaries that accompany them. The book makes for excellent reference material (she's a bit of an artist) and an enjoyable read.

Buy it if you can find it! Whether you grew up with Pooh or not, you won't be disappointed.
  • GYBYXOH
Bought for a relative who was delighted.It met their expectations.Great for someone with Pooh interestsShould be easier to write a review.
  • Binar
The Pooh Sketch Book is a wonderful look at the creative genius of Ernest H. Shepard. This collection of preliminary sketches for the classic Pooh illustrations is a must for any serious patron of illustration. Shepard's economy of line and his mastery of gesture and movement are even more evident in pencil form. The softness of the medium coupled with the charm of the subject is a perfect combination. Even though Shepard is a well known and well loved illustrator, this book gives you a new appreciation for the artist. The book is well produced and the illustrations are handled well. One does not often find a collection of studies for finished illustrations, and when one becomes available it offers the reader a rare chance to see the masters mind at work. I simply can not say enough about Ernest H. Shepard, and this amazing collection of drawings.