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Quentin Blake at the Foundling Museum

An exhibition of recent works by the illustrator Quentin Blake, commissioned by four hospitals in the UK and France, and called 'As Large As Life, is on show at the Foundling Museum in Holborn.

We've written before about wonderful Quentin Blake and the Foundling Hospital, which was Britain's first home for abandoned children and London's first public art gallery.

Comments (1)

Holly:

I came to appreciate his work when I was a young Mom reading to my small ones.

I smile just thinking about his illustrations. Brits have done some of the wittiest books for children.

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