Deep dark eyes
Black and white tower
Expression Of A Child
On the boat and under
Ride clear water
Roll and play it again
Little apple seller
Twinkle Twinkle Little Flame
Changing face by Mirjam Delrue
Don't look, don't speak
Playing with splash
The Dream Catcher
Cathedral of Football
Let your dreams be bigger than your fears
Mother and child
A boy of the Karo tribe. Omo Valley (Ethiopia).
Hard life but smile on their faces!
Two In One
The Boy From Nowhere
The day nothing happened
Native youth riding Snowmachine on overflow ice, Inukpasugruk (Giant) Creek, Anaktuvuk Pass, Gates of the Arctic National Park, Brooks Range, Northern Alaska, USA.
Native Alaskan youth snowboarding in Anaktuvuk Pass, Gates of the Arctic National Park, Brooks Range, Arctic Alaska
Illustration by W. Heath Robinson to the poem The Song of the Dead, by Rudyard Kipling. From A Song of the English, published c.1914
Illustration of girl and boy from Old Mother Goose's Rhymes and Tales by Constance Haslewood Published by Frederick Warne & Co London and New York circa 1890s Chromolithography by Emrik & Binger of Holland
Little Boy Blue from Old Mother Goose's Rhymes and Tales Illustration by Constance Haslewood Published by Frederick Warne & Co London and New York circa 1890s Chromolithography by Emrik & Binger of Holland
Peter Scott. From the picture by George Spencer Watson from the book Princess Marie-José's Children's Book published 1916.
A Study of Dutch Children. From the chalk drawing by Louis Raemaekers from the book Princess Marie-José's Children's Book published 1916.
Peace. Illustration by Frank Reynolds from the book Princess Marie-José's Children's Book published 1916.
The Shepherd Boy in the Valley of Humiliation. Illustration by A.F.Lydon. From the book The Pilgrims Progress by John Bunyan published c.1880.
Manys the beating he had from the broomstick or ladle. Illustration to Dick Whittington and his cat. From the book English Fairy Tales retold by F.A. Steel with illustrations by Arthur Rackham, published 1927.
Children's Lottery Picture. The original of this plate drawn by George Cruikshank in 1804 at the age of 12, one of the first etchings that he was paid for. The boy in the lefthand corner is Cruikshank himself taking the plate to the booksellers. From the
The farmer and his men are making good running about a field behind. Illustration to the book Tom Brown's School Days published 1921