JOHN BURNINGHAM

AN ILLUSTRATOR FOR ALL AGES

Chris Beetles Gallery is delighted to present a major selling retrospective of work by the greatest British picture book illustrator since the Second World War.

The exhibition includes over 200 works spanning the artist's entire career, from Cannonball Simp in the mid 1960s through Mr Gumpy's Outing, to his latest achievement, Motor Miles.

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SEVERE WEATHER by JOHN BURNINGHAM

SEVERE WEATHER

CRUFTS by JOHN BURNINGHAM

CRUFTS

HUNTING by JOHN BURNINGHAM

HUNTING

THE SOUTH COAST by JOHN BURNINGHAM

THE SOUTH COAST

THE CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW by JOHN BURNINGHAM

THE CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW

COURT NO 13 by JOHN BURNINGHAM

COURT NO 13

SUMMER by JOHN BURNINGHAM

SUMMER

THE LAST NIGHT OF THE PROMS by JOHN BURNINGHAM

THE LAST NIGHT OF THE PROMS

THE MOTORBIKE ROARED OFF ALONG THE ROAD TOWARDS THE ROLY POLY MOUNTAIN by JOHN BURNINGHAM

THE MOTORBIKE ROARED OFF ALONG THE ROAD TOWARDS THE ROLY POLY MOUNTAIN

'HOLD ON TO MY ROPE,' SAID THE CLIMBER, 'AND I WILL TAKE YOU AS FAR AS I CAN UP THE ROLY POLY MOUNTAIN' by JOHN BURNINGHAM

'HOLD ON TO MY ROPE,' SAID THE CLIMBER, 'AND I WILL TAKE YOU AS FAR AS I CAN UP THE ROLY POLY MOUNTAIN'

'I WANT TO BE WITH MY MOTHER AND FATHER AGAIN,' SAID ALBERT.
THE QUEEN FELT SORRY FOR ALBERT AND SHE THOUGHT FOR A LONG TIME by JOHN BURNINGHAM

'I WANT TO BE WITH MY MOTHER AND FATHER AGAIN,' SAID ALBERT. THE QUEEN FELT SORRY FOR ALBERT AND SHE THOUGHT FOR A LONG TIME

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CONCIERGES AND THEIR GUESTS by JOHN BURNINGHAM

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CONCIERGES AND THEIR GUESTS

AZINCOURT by JOHN BURNINGHAM

AZINCOURT

BOULES by JOHN BURNINGHAM

BOULES

THE STARS THAT YOU SEE IN THE SKY AT NIGHT DON'T HAVE ANY PEOPLE OR ANIMALS OR PLANTS BECAUSE GOD COULDN'T MAKE THEM WORK by JOHN BURNINGHAM

THE STARS THAT YOU SEE IN THE SKY AT NIGHT DON'T HAVE ANY PEOPLE OR ANIMALS OR PLANTS BECAUSE GOD COULDN'T MAKE THEM WORK

FRESH GROWTH by JOHN BURNINGHAM

FRESH GROWTH

DANCING ON THE BEACH by JOHN BURNINGHAM

DANCING ON THE BEACH

THE LONG WHITE SOCKS AND PONY-TAIL HAVE GONE, BUT I CAN STILL TWIRL A BATON
(LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS, PERSONAL AD, 1 NOVEMBER 2001) by JOHN BURNINGHAM

THE LONG WHITE SOCKS AND PONY-TAIL HAVE GONE, BUT I CAN STILL TWIRL A BATON (LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS, PERSONAL AD, 1 NOVEMBER 2001)

I AM GETTING TO AN AGE WHEN I CAN ONLY ENJOY THE LAST SPORT LEFT.
IT IS CALLED HUNTING FOR YOUR SPECTACLES
(LORD GREY OF FALLODEN, OBSERVER, 1927) by JOHN BURNINGHAM

I AM GETTING TO AN AGE WHEN I CAN ONLY ENJOY THE LAST SPORT LEFT. IT IS CALLED HUNTING FOR YOUR SPECTACLES (LORD GREY OF FALLODEN, OBSERVER, 1927)

AT 86, I AM PRIVILEGED TO DRIVE MY LATE FRIEND'S 4.5 LITRE 'BLOWER' BENTLEY AND TYPE 35B BUGATTI
(E G KEEP, SPEEN, BUCKS, DAILY TELEGRAPH, 11 JANUARY 2002) by JOHN BURNINGHAM

AT 86, I AM PRIVILEGED TO DRIVE MY LATE FRIEND'S 4.5 LITRE 'BLOWER' BENTLEY AND TYPE 35B BUGATTI (E G KEEP, SPEEN, BUCKS, DAILY TELEGRAPH, 11 JANUARY 2002)

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