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John Vernon Lord
John Vernon Lord has been a practising Illustrator since 1960. He has written and illustrated several children's books, which have been published widely and translated into several languages. His book The Giant Jam Sandwick has become something of a classic, having been in print for thirty years. The Nonsense Cerse of Edward Lear won two prizes and illustrations for Aesop's Fables won the W.H. Smith Illustration Prize in 1990. More recently he has illustrated two Folio Society's editions: British Myths and Legends (1998) and the second volume of The Icelandic Sagaes (2003). Professor John Vernon Lord's reputation and experience in education spans a period of 38 years at Brighton. He is without doubt the leading expert in narrative illustration in the UK and his contributon to the field of illustration in Higher Education across the UK is legendary.

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