Thursday, 19 June 2014

Pauline Ellison - part 2

Pauline Ellison was born in Keighley, Yorkshire in 1946. Educated at Bradford, Leicester and Cambridge Schools of Art. She has illustrated a large number of magazines and newspapers in both Europe and America, and books including “A Love of Flowers”, in collaboration with H.E. Bates (Michael Joseph 1971), “Dark Lord of Pengersick” by Richard Carlyon (G. Whizzard Publications 1975), “Grimm’s Fairy Tales” (Routledge & Kegan Paul 1981), “Master Maid” retold by Aaron Shepard (Dial Books New York 1997).

Pauline has also illustrated packaging, greetings cards, and many advertisements, including a “super-hoarding” in Central London for British Airways. She has exhibited original artworks in London, the USA, and in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. She has received two D&AD (Design & Art Directors) Silver Awards for her illustrations. 

This is part 2 of a 2 - part post on the works of Pauline Ellison. For earlier works see part 1 also.

Master Maid 'A Tale of Norway' retold by Aaron Shepard published 1997 by Penguin Books USA (Dial Books for Young Readers):



































Magical Toy Box series:
















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Night Playroom

Christmas Card "Santa's Balloon"

Christmas Card "Santa's Tugboat"

Carousel

Illustration for Playboy magazine "The Perfect Italian Feast"

"Toys' Fairground"

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