Winnie-the-Pooh portfolio

Created by the Victoria and Albert Museum especially for the exhibition Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic, this collector’s portfolio features 6 drawings by E.H. Shepard selected from the 270 illustrations in their collection.

Stamped and hand numbered in a limited edition of 250, these images are presented in an archive box with an introductory essay. Printed to match the original drawing size, this exclusive portfolio is a celebration of E.H. Shepard, who is as much the creator of Winnie-the-Pooh as A.A. Milne.

List of prints:

Bump, bump, bump. Pencil drawing for Winnie-the-Pooh, chapter 1, page 1, 1926

Climbing down the tree. Pencil drawing for The House at Pooh Corner, chapter 1, page 8, 1928

Tra la la-tra la la. Pencil drawing for Winnie-the-Pooh, chapter 2, page 21, 1926

Looked at himself in the water again. Pencil drawing for Winnie-the-Pooh, chapter 6, page 71, 1926

Pooh and Piglet climbing down from the gate. Pencil drawing for The House at Pooh Corner, chapter 1, page 8, 1928

So he sat down on the stone in the middle of the stream. Pencil drawing for The House at Pooh Corner, chapter 4, page 55, 1928

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$500.00 USD