children’s book illustrators, part two.
all artists featured are women, and each work is by a different artist. the artists are from france, england, russia, korea, mexico and the united states. some are contemporary and many date back to the early 20th century, when children’s illustration was perhaps one of the few genres available to women artists.
in order of the listing, the artists are: maginel wright enright, nadezhda illarionova, nancy ekholm burkert, patricia polacco, sara palacios, shadra strickland, sheilah beckett, vanessa brantley newton, virginia frances sterrett, virginia lee burton. children’s book illustrators, part two.
all artists featured are women, and each work is by a different artist. the artists are from france, england, russia, korea, mexico and the united states. some are contemporary and many date back to the early 20th century, when children’s illustration was perhaps one of the few genres available to women artists.
in order of the listing, the artists are: maginel wright enright, nadezhda illarionova, nancy ekholm burkert, patricia polacco, sara palacios, shadra strickland, sheilah beckett, vanessa brantley newton, virginia frances sterrett, virginia lee burton. children’s book illustrators, part two.
all artists featured are women, and each work is by a different artist. the artists are from france, england, russia, korea, mexico and the united states. some are contemporary and many date back to the early 20th century, when children’s illustration was perhaps one of the few genres available to women artists.
in order of the listing, the artists are: maginel wright enright, nadezhda illarionova, nancy ekholm burkert, patricia polacco, sara palacios, shadra strickland, sheilah beckett, vanessa brantley newton, virginia frances sterrett, virginia lee burton. children’s book illustrators, part two.
all artists featured are women, and each work is by a different artist. the artists are from france, england, russia, korea, mexico and the united states. some are contemporary and many date back to the early 20th century, when children’s illustration was perhaps one of the few genres available to women artists.
in order of the listing, the artists are: maginel wright enright, nadezhda illarionova, nancy ekholm burkert, patricia polacco, sara palacios, shadra strickland, sheilah beckett, vanessa brantley newton, virginia frances sterrett, virginia lee burton. children’s book illustrators, part two.
all artists featured are women, and each work is by a different artist. the artists are from france, england, russia, korea, mexico and the united states. some are contemporary and many date back to the early 20th century, when children’s illustration was perhaps one of the few genres available to women artists.
in order of the listing, the artists are: maginel wright enright, nadezhda illarionova, nancy ekholm burkert, patricia polacco, sara palacios, shadra strickland, sheilah beckett, vanessa brantley newton, virginia frances sterrett, virginia lee burton. children’s book illustrators, part two.
all artists featured are women, and each work is by a different artist. the artists are from france, england, russia, korea, mexico and the united states. some are contemporary and many date back to the early 20th century, when children’s illustration was perhaps one of the few genres available to women artists.
in order of the listing, the artists are: maginel wright enright, nadezhda illarionova, nancy ekholm burkert, patricia polacco, sara palacios, shadra strickland, sheilah beckett, vanessa brantley newton, virginia frances sterrett, virginia lee burton. children’s book illustrators, part two.
all artists featured are women, and each work is by a different artist. the artists are from france, england, russia, korea, mexico and the united states. some are contemporary and many date back to the early 20th century, when children’s illustration was perhaps one of the few genres available to women artists.
in order of the listing, the artists are: maginel wright enright, nadezhda illarionova, nancy ekholm burkert, patricia polacco, sara palacios, shadra strickland, sheilah beckett, vanessa brantley newton, virginia frances sterrett, virginia lee burton. children’s book illustrators, part two.
all artists featured are women, and each work is by a different artist. the artists are from france, england, russia, korea, mexico and the united states. some are contemporary and many date back to the early 20th century, when children’s illustration was perhaps one of the few genres available to women artists.
in order of the listing, the artists are: maginel wright enright, nadezhda illarionova, nancy ekholm burkert, patricia polacco, sara palacios, shadra strickland, sheilah beckett, vanessa brantley newton, virginia frances sterrett, virginia lee burton. children’s book illustrators, part two.
all artists featured are women, and each work is by a different artist. the artists are from france, england, russia, korea, mexico and the united states. some are contemporary and many date back to the early 20th century, when children’s illustration was perhaps one of the few genres available to women artists.
in order of the listing, the artists are: maginel wright enright, nadezhda illarionova, nancy ekholm burkert, patricia polacco, sara palacios, shadra strickland, sheilah beckett, vanessa brantley newton, virginia frances sterrett, virginia lee burton. children’s book illustrators, part two.
all artists featured are women, and each work is by a different artist. the artists are from france, england, russia, korea, mexico and the united states. some are contemporary and many date back to the early 20th century, when children’s illustration was perhaps one of the few genres available to women artists.
in order of the listing, the artists are: maginel wright enright, nadezhda illarionova, nancy ekholm burkert, patricia polacco, sara palacios, shadra strickland, sheilah beckett, vanessa brantley newton, virginia frances sterrett, virginia lee burton.

children’s book illustrators, part two.

all artists featured are women, and each work is by a different artist. the artists are from france, england, russia, korea, mexico and the united states. some are contemporary and many date back to the early 20th century, when children’s illustration was perhaps one of the few genres available to women artists.

in order of the listing, the artists are: maginel wright enright, nadezhda illarionova, nancy ekholm burkert, patricia polacco, sara palacios, shadra strickland, sheilah beckett, vanessa brantley newton, virginia frances sterrett, virginia lee burton.