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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: Paintings & Drawings of Quentin Crisp
    who have generously provided either the actual piece of art or a digital print of it Some of the images have also been found on various sites on Internet Many of them have no credit thus we do not know who might be the artist If you are the artist or know who it might be please inform the Quentin Crisp Archives so that proper credit may be given John

    Original URL path: http://www.crisperanto.org/gallery/Paintings%26Drawings.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: National Portrait Gallery QC images
    paintings watercolors drawings miniatures sculptures caricatures silhouettes and photographs In addition to its permanent galleries of historical portraits the National Portrait Gallery exhibits a rapidly changing collection of contemporary work stages exhibitions of portrait art by individual artists and hosts the annual BP Portrait Prize competition The National Portrait Gallery also houses portraits of Quentin Crisp by Marguerite Evans David Gamble Daniel M T Graham Fergus Greer Trevor Leighton and

    Original URL path: http://www.crisperanto.org/gallery/NationalPortraitGallery.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: Colour In Display written and illustrated by Quentin Crisp. Blanford Press Ltd. 16 Hyde Street, New Oxford Street, London, W.C.I. 1938.
    this should almost never be the case But a book about color in display is definitely dangerous unless the function of color is well understood for of all the attributes of display the one that it is least suitable to consider separately the one that can never be all important is color Perhaps it is with some such argument as this that those people who subject color to such frequent and such shameless misuse endeavour to justify themselves but anyone is wrong who imagines and obviously thousands do that because color has no absolute value in display it doesn t matter what color is clapped into what position He is wrong because color is like style It is only when it is good that one does not notice it It is precisely the discordant use of color that makes prospective customers color conscious that distracts their attention in other words from the goods that it is fondly hoped that they will buy Therefore yet another book on display on color in display Another way in which books about display tend to confuse if not actually mislead their readers is by treating commercial art as an off shoot of fine art

    Original URL path: http://www.crisperanto.org/gallery/QCColourInDisplay01.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: Line decorations by Quentin Crisp for the 1951 book "Life Lies Ahead" by Chesser and Hawks
    is the book remains only an outline a suggestion for a way of living Rightly looked upon life is an adventure Quentin must have enjoyed working on his project as evident in his 70 line drawings for the volume Even without words Mr Crisp displays his wit in these pen and ink drawings for the book All of the drawings are now available for you to view here at Crisperanto

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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: Quentin Crisp drawings for OG AND OTHER OGRES by Reginald Reynolds ( George Allen & Unwin Ltd, London, 1946)
    Statesman and other papers and covering a variety of subjects Mr Reynolds scorns th elimitations of a political label and gangs his guerilla gait with evident pleasure in having a crack at every popular ikon and all kinds of clap trap Quentin Crisp provides six line drawings to this thin volume of poetry by Mr Reynolds Click the image to move forward or click the link below CrispArt Index Illustration

    Original URL path: http://www.crisperanto.org/gallery/QCOgOgres01.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: The fireplace at 129 Beaufort Street, drawn by Quentin Crisp for Andrew Barrow in the mid-1970s.
    Works The fireplace at 129 Beaufort Street drawn by Quentin Crisp for Andrew Barrow in the mid 1970s CrispArt Index Illustration copyright Quentin Crisp All rights reserved Site Copyright 1999

    Original URL path: http://www.crisperanto.org/gallery/QCBarrowLineDrawing01.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: Quentin Crisp "Chivalry is not dead but let us not make fools of ourselves . . . " illustration
    Drawings and other Works Chivalry is not dead but let us not make fools of ourselves CrispArt Index Illustration copyright Quentin Crisp All rights reserved Site Copyright 1999 2008 by

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  • CRISPERANTO.ORG: All Things Quentin Crisp! The Quentin Crisp Archives: "Girl at a Window" illustration by Quentin Crisp
    other Works Girl at a Window illustration by Quentin Crisp Provided by Frances and Peter Ramsay of Devon England Mrs Ramsay is a niece of Quentin Crisp CrispArt Index Illustration copyright Quentin Crisp All rights reserved Site Copyright 1999 2008

    Original URL path: http://www.crisperanto.org/gallery/QCGirlAtWindow01.html (2016-02-12)
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