The Pooh Sketchbook
E.P. Dutton, 1982 - Children's stories, English - 96 pages
Just as beloved as Milne's stories are Ernest H. Shepard's unforgettable line drawings of Pooh and his friends. Collected here are pencil sketches and rare drawings donated by the artist in 1969 to the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
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77ie drawing A. A. Milne Methuen Albert Museum Alexander Beetle artist Ashdown Forest Brian Sibley Christopher Robin climbs Colin Anthony Richards coloured illustration possibly Cotchford Farm drawing as published drawing of Pooh E. V. Lucas E.H. Shepard Edward Bear Eeyore Ernest Shepard Estate of E.H. figure of Pooh finished drawing Heffalump House at Pooh illustration showing Pooh illustrations which Shepard Kanga later coloured illustration Ltd and Colin Milne Methuen 1939 Milne's omitted picture of Pooh Piglet Meets poem Pooh and Piglet Pooh Corner Pooh is shown Pooh looked POOH SKETCHBOOK Pooh was drawn Pooh's preliminary drawings preliminary sketch published drawing published illustration Rabbit Roy Strong Royal Magazine September series of sketches Shepard visited Shepard's genius showing Christopher Robin sketch of Pooh sketch showing stories Sussex swan Tigger toys unused sketch Victoria and Albert Winnie-the-Pooh Woozle World of Pooh World ojPooh 1958 Writer by A. A. Young