Posted on August 20, 2020January 2, 2021 by LynleyInteresting Ceilings In Illustration EXPOSED BEAMS Ward, Bryan, Bobby Brewster and the Winkers’ Club H.E.Todd, 1950 Monique Valdeneige Jill Barklem (English, 1951-2017) – Boscodirovo ceiling Cinderella and her Friends (A Little Golden Book) 1950 by Ivy L Wallace for Pookie Puts The World Right (1947) Trina Schart Hyman illustration for Sleeping Beauty 1977 Omar Rayyan – Rimonah of the Flashing Sword A North African Tale ceiling Charles Martin Hardie – Interior, Ancrum Christmas Eve in the Studio, 1911 Mary Fairchild Low; 1858-1909 Edward Henry Corbould – Hetty Sorrel and Captain Donnithorne in Mrs Poyser’s dairy 1861 From HC Andersen, The Wind’s Tale; Illustrated by Edmund Dulac, 1911 Bernie Wrightson (1948 – 2017) 1976 illustration for his own adaptation of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. The beams aren’t connected properly. It’s almost Escher-like, but they’re all on skewed perspectives. However, this ceiling makes for excellent, visually interesting composition. CATHEDRAL CEILINGS Stanislav Plutenko, b.1961 Russian oil and tempera on canvas painting James Stephanoff – Buckingham House, Octagon Library 1818 James Stephanoff – Buckingham House, East Library ‘Covent Garden Flower Market’ (1967) by Edward Bawden Karl Alexander Wilke (1879-1954) Jules Guerin, American artist, illustrator and muralist (1866-1946) for Egypt and its Monuments, text by Robert Hichens Share this:FacebookTwitterPinterestPocketWhatsAppRelated Posts:Interesting Science About The Colour Of Human SkinDiary of an Interesting Year by Helen SimpsonYellow and Black in IllustrationFireworks In Art and IllustrationDepicting Motion In IllustrationWhat is the atomic style of illustration?