Dick Bruna – Boekomslagen, Centraal Museum Utrecht, 2000

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‘Dick Bruna (b. August 23, 1927, in Utrecht) is a Dutch author, artist, illustrator and graphic designer. Bruna is best known for his children’s books which he authored and illustrated, now numbering over 200. His best-known creation is Miffy (Nijntje in the original Dutch), a small rabbit drawn with heavy graphic lines, simple shapes and primary colours. Other recurring characters include Boris the little boy bear and Barbara his girlfriend, Poppy the kind pig lady and Snuffy the dog.[1] Additionally, Bruna has also created stories for characters such as Lottie, Farmer John, and Hettie Hedgehog.’

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Dick Bruna - Boekomslagen, Centraal Museum Utrecht, 2000
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Dick Bruna - Boekomslagen, Centraal Museum Utrecht, 2000
Dick Bruna – Boekomslagen, Centraal Museum Utrecht, 2000

 

Dick Bruna - Boekomslagen, Centraal Museum Utrecht, 2000
Dick Bruna – Boekomslagen, Centraal Museum Utrecht, 2000

 

Dick Bruna - Boekomslagen, Centraal Museum Utrecht, 2000
Dick Bruna – Boekomslagen, Centraal Museum Utrecht, 2000
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