Sir Quentin Blake's 'An Anthology of Readers'

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Sir Quentin Blake's 'An Anthology of Readers'

Famous for his work with Roald Dahl, a new body of work from illustrator Sir Quentin Blake has gone on display in the capital.

The exhibition called 'An Anthology of Readers' is made up of sixty pen, ink & watercolour drawings, all of which affectionately caricature people who love books. 

 The exhibition is on at Shapiro Rare books until Christmas Eve.

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