Award winning illustrator and author, Maurice Sendak (born 1928), has been a major force in the evolution of children's literature since 1960. He is considered by many critics and scholars to be the first artist to deal openly with the emotions of children in his drawings both in books and on the stage, in his opera and ballet sets and costumes. This ability to accurately depict raw emotion is what makes him so appealing to children.
Very colorful print on heavy weighted card stock from 1980s book. Print measures 10.25"x14". Reverse side is blank.
Actual book plate/print for sale. Not a reproduction.
All plates/prints mailed in archival cello sleeve with sturdy backing or mailing tube. Please note -- the watermark on this image is for computer viewing only and not included on the actual print.