The Roald Dahl Museum is exhibiting prints of some of Quentin Blake's drawings from the new edition of Billy and the Minpins, (published in September 2017) displayed alongside extracts copied from Roald Dahl's original manuscripts for th
As part of his exhibition The Only Way to Travel at Jerwood Gallery in 2017, Quentin Blake showed a series of framed watercolours of a variety of travellers in darkened landscapes lit by a succession of fantastic moons. In the exhibition
A chance to see some of Quentin Blake's rarely-seen nudes: 18 exuberant pencil drawings depict women avoiding or embracing Cupid’s arrow.
This exhibition was curated by Quentin Blake and features 40 of his original artworks, prepared for Roald Dahl’s classic story The BFG.
In 2016, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Roald Dahl, Quentin Blake produced new portraits of ten of Dahl’s most famous characters. Visitors are asked to imagine that Blake invited the famous characters to ‘sit’ for a portrait,