Listings in Traditional Finishes

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Gray has been creating cute, traditional artwork for the children’s sector for over 15 years.
The artist Etna is originally from Romford but lived in Paris for many years before returning to Britain and gaining her Fine Arts degree at the Slade School of Fine Art.
Sinclair produces gorgeous illustrations ready to be included in any great children's book.
The illustrator Davery has worked as a commercial artist for over 20 years in the animation/advertising market.
The artist Franklyn is originally from Brighton, England and studied at Eastbourne Art School where he developed his passion for painting in gouache on board.
Worrall has worked in the illustration industry now for many years.
Howarth's love of painting has seen her form a career of over 15 years now. Able to paint both traditionally and digitally.
Beautifully suited to children's book illustrations, Hancock's skill and use of subtle pencil and watercolour allow him to create 'perfect' images with 'feeling' that encapsulates the mood and content in a 'perfect' childlike way.
Kristos is a freelance illustrator based in London.
Wilde's art is dark but has a depth of quality that gives it incredible class.
Henry undertakes work in a wide variety of design/illustration disciplines and media with an emphasis on hand skills but using computers to manipulate the imagery.
Lou has worked as an illustrator for several years, working within the publishing, advertising and editorial fields.
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