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Thelwell's hugging pony available as a medium

Thelwell’s hugging pony available as a medium

This drawing of a little girl and her pony hugging each other is a heart-warming portrait of affection. And, due to popular demand, Thelwell’s hugging pony is now available as a medium. Norman Thelwell is the unofficial chronicler of the British countryside. He is especially well known and loved for his drawings of little girls on pony-back […]

Comic Art at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

Comic Art at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

I’m selling my screenprints at the Dulwich Picture Gallery – the first purpose-built public art gallery in the world – this weekend. The gallery was founded in 1811 when Sir Francis Bourgeois RA bequeathed his collection of old masters “for the inspection of the public”. This weekend there is a Christmas event to which I’ve been […]

Thelwell's race horse at sundown

Six new Thelwell screenprints

I’ve produced six new screenprints based on the drawings of Norman Thelwell. They show the range of Thelwell’s interests, from one of his famous ponies (hugging its chubby little owner) to a dog (also hugging its master, but overpowering it in the process), a cat (asleep but happily plotting something), a race horse in front […]