10.08.2012

The Lazy Bear, Brian Wildsmith

I always love me some illustrations by Brian Wildsmith! His work is exuberant,
expressive and loaded with glorious color - a perfect formula for a children's picture book. I just bought this book, The Lazy Bear, at Goodwill. A small corner of the book is cut off for some reason, but I bought it anyway as I didn't have it and couldn't pass it up. The Lazy Bear must have been written by Wildsmith too, as I don't see any other credits in the book.








To visit Brian Wildsmith's website, which is as exuberant as his work, click here.

To view some of my previous posts on books illustrated by Wildsmith, click on the title:


The Lazy Bear
Brian Wildsmith
Franklin Watts, Inc., 1974

5 comments:

  1. Hello Jil, I love children's picture books and collect the many artists that inspire me. I wanted to subscribe to your Blog but could not find a way to do so--I saw only the link to subscribe to the comments on individual posts.

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  2. Hi Cathy,

    Just scroll down to FOLLOWERS on the right, there is a link that says "join this site", click on that and it will tell you what to do. Thanks for visiting and even more, thanks for your interest!

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  4. I just read about this one on the jacket of "Python's Party". It looks and sounds like a wonderful book. I haven't seen a Brian Wildsmith that I didn't like yet.

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  5. I agree, never seen a Brian Wildsmith book that I haven't liked either.

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