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Herald, Diana Tixier (1999). Fluent in Fantasy: A Guide to Reading Interests. Libraries Unlimited. p.147. ISBN 978-1-56308-655-7. a b Justus, Ed; Justus, Cynthia (2 March 2018). "Do you believe in 'Faeries'?". The Garden Island. Lihue, Hawaii. Archived from the original on 2 March 2018 . Retrieved 3 May 2021. Lambinus, Gene (22 February 1981). "Television Week". The New York Times. p.GU3. ProQuest 121868770.

New York Times Saturday Review of Books and Art". The New York Times Book Review. Vol.2. 1979. p.L. Stableford, Brian (2009) [First published 2005 as Historical Dictionary of Fantasy Literature]. The A to Z of Fantasy Literature. Historical Dictionaries. Scarecrow Press. p.213. ISBN 978-0-8108-6345-3.

urn:lcp:faeriesfrou00frou:epub:ff7edb03-d005-485c-a4de-fbd7389c7299 Extramarc Cornell University Foldoutcount 0 Identifier faeriesfrou00frou Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t5r798w0s Isbn 0810909014 Balrog Awards 1983". Science Fiction Awards Database. Locus Science Fiction Foundation. Archived from the original on 4 August 2019 . Retrieved 12 March 2020. Gilsdorf, Ethan (12 October 2012). "Fantasy Legends Brian and Wendy Froud at New York Comic Con This Weekend: The Q&A". Wired . Retrieved 13 March 2020.

a b Hauptfuhrer, Fred (19 March 1979). "For Artists Alan Lee & Brian Froud, Life Is a Faerie Tale Come True". People. Vol.11, no.11. Archived from the original on 9 July 2019 . Retrieved 23 June 2020.In the late 1980s, Froud formed an artistic-literary partnership with Terry Jones, who was a screenwriter on Labyrinth. Together they produced The Goblins of Labyrinth (1986), a companion book containing Froud's concept art for the film, [32] [33] and subsequently a number of non- Labyrinth-related books about fairies and goblins. Their Lady Cottington series parodied the Cottingley Fairies phenomenon. [1] For his artwork in the first book of the series, Lady Cottington's Pressed Fairy Book (1994), Froud won the Hugo Award for Best Original Artwork [3] and the Chesley Award for Best Interior Illustration. [4] Froud was honoured by the World Fantasy Convention with a nomination for the World Fantasy Award for Best Artist in 1991, and again four years later. [56]

a b "2020 Concept Art Awards Presented by Lightbox Expo". Concept Art Association . Retrieved 2 November 2020. Falk, Karen (2012). Imagination Illustrated: The Jim Henson Journal. Chronicle Books. p.108. ISBN 978-1-4521-2462-9. Froud's artwork frequently draws upon fairy tales and European folklore. His paintings of fairies are known for recontexualising Victorian and Edwardian-era beliefs about fairies. [1] [45] Froud stated that while planning the book, he and Lee intended to make their artwork indistinguishable from the other's, and to "actually draw on top of each other's art." Due to time constraints, however, they were unable to do it in such a way. Instead, they each chose what they wanted to illustrate and divided the work between them, taking into account one another's artistic strengths and weaknesses. Froud said, "We also made sure there were a few images that were absolutely a crossover, so I was partly in his style and he was partly in my style." [17] Style [ edit ] Lee's illustration for the entry "Faerie Rades" was inspired by John Duncan's 1911 painting The Riders of the Sidhe (above), according to Dimitra Fimi. [18]

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Froud was born in Winchester, England in 1947. [2] An only child, he grew up in rural Hampshire [11] before moving to Kent. [12] In 1967 he enrolled as a painter at Maidstone College of Art, where he graduated with a first class honors diploma in Graphic Design in 1971. [13] Career [ edit ] a b c "Brian Froud". Science Fiction Awards Database. Locus Science Fiction Foundation. Archived from the original on 3 August 2019 . Retrieved 10 March 2020.

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