BURNINGHAM, JOHN (Born 1936): £1000 - £3000

SNAKE by JOHN BURNINGHAM

SNAKE

ALLOW US TO TELL YOU WHAT WE ARE THINKING OR FEELING. WHETHER OUR VOICES ARE BIG OR SMALL; WHETHER WE WHISPER OR SHOUT IT, OR PAINT, DRAW, MIME OR SIGN IT   LISTEN TO US AND HEAR WHAT WE SAY by JOHN BURNINGHAM

ALLOW US TO TELL YOU WHAT WE ARE THINKING OR FEELING. WHETHER OUR VOICES ARE BIG OR SMALL; WHETHER WE WHISPER OR SHOUT IT, OR PAINT, DRAW, MIME OR SIGN IT LISTEN TO US AND HEAR WHAT WE SAY

SO MR HUDDY STARTED TO MAKE THE CAR FOR MILES by JOHN BURNINGHAM

SO MR HUDDY STARTED TO MAKE THE CAR FOR MILES

WOULD YOU RATHER BE ... SQUASHED BY A HIPPO by JOHN BURNINGHAM

WOULD YOU RATHER BE ... SQUASHED BY A HIPPO

FOUR ELEPHANTS FALL INTO THE WATER by JOHN BURNINGHAM

FOUR ELEPHANTS FALL INTO THE WATER

BEACH CRICKET by JOHN BURNINGHAM

BEACH CRICKET

HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA by JOHN BURNINGHAM

HENLEY ROYAL REGATTA

OPENING THE CHAMPAGNE by JOHN BURNINGHAM

OPENING THE CHAMPAGNE

WITH TRUE YORKSHIRE GRIT, HE PERSISTED AND JUST BEFORE 10AM THE FOLLOWING DAY, AFTER ALMOST 23 HOURS, HE STEPPED ONTO FRENCH SOIL, STILL NAKED, TO BE GREETED BY A CROWD OF ADMIRING FRENCHMEN. BURGES THEN DRANK SOME MORE OF HIS CHAMPAGNE
(IAN MATHER, COUNT by JOHN BURNINGHAM

WITH TRUE YORKSHIRE GRIT, HE PERSISTED AND JUST BEFORE 10AM THE FOLLOWING DAY, AFTER ALMOST 23 HOURS, HE STEPPED ONTO FRENCH SOIL, STILL NAKED, TO BE GREETED BY A CROWD OF ADMIRING FRENCHMEN. BURGES THEN DRANK SOME MORE OF HIS CHAMPAGNE (IAN MATHER, COUNT

DINNER FOR TEN AT THE STAR AND GARTER HOTEL
(INCLUDING FOUR BOTTLES OF CHAMPAGNE AND 13 OTHER BOTTLES) by JOHN BURNINGHAM

DINNER FOR TEN AT THE STAR AND GARTER HOTEL (INCLUDING FOUR BOTTLES OF CHAMPAGNE AND 13 OTHER BOTTLES)

COME QUICKLY, I AM TASTING THE STARS!
(DOM PERIGNON) by JOHN BURNINGHAM

COME QUICKLY, I AM TASTING THE STARS! (DOM PERIGNON)

THE BABY ELEPHANT BURST INTO TEARS by JOHN BURNINGHAM

THE BABY ELEPHANT BURST INTO TEARS

SYLVIE WENT ALONG THE PASSAGE by JOHN BURNINGHAM

SYLVIE WENT ALONG THE PASSAGE

THEY WERE ALL VERY TIRED AS THEY CLIMBED UP THE HILL by JOHN BURNINGHAM

THEY WERE ALL VERY TIRED AS THEY CLIMBED UP THE HILL

THEN THEY PLAYED GAMES UNTIL IT WAS TIME TO GO HOME by JOHN BURNINGHAM

THEN THEY PLAYED GAMES UNTIL IT WAS TIME TO GO HOME

THEY ALL WENT OVER THE FIELD TO FIND A PLACE FOR THEIR PICNIC ... by JOHN BURNINGHAM

THEY ALL WENT OVER THE FIELD TO FIND A PLACE FOR THEIR PICNIC ...

DUCK, PIG, SHEEP, BOY AND GIRL RAN AS FAST AS THEY COULD TOWARDS THE WOOD TO HIDE FROM BULL by JOHN BURNINGHAM

DUCK, PIG, SHEEP, BOY AND GIRL RAN AS FAST AS THEY COULD TOWARDS THE WOOD TO HIDE FROM BULL

SO THEY ALL WENT TO FIND A PLACE TO HAVE THEIR PICNIC by JOHN BURNINGHAM

SO THEY ALL WENT TO FIND A PLACE TO HAVE THEIR PICNIC

THEY ALL LOOKED FOR SHEEP'S HAT. CAN YOU FIND IT? by JOHN BURNINGHAM

THEY ALL LOOKED FOR SHEEP'S HAT. CAN YOU FIND IT?

NORMAN DANCING WITH A CAT IN A FLORAL HAT by JOHN BURNINGHAM

NORMAN DANCING WITH A CAT IN A FLORAL HAT