Neale Osborne is perhaps best known for his lively pen-and-ink work, in the expressive manner of fellow English cartoonists Ralph Steadman and Gerald Scarfe - though he also has a distinctive graphic style which in recent years has developed into a crisp, colorful - and very adaptable - digital technique. Over the past two decades, Neale's pictures have appeared in such publications as Country Life, the Times, the Gramophone, the Daily Mail, TLS and Mojo, as well as in concert programs for the BBC Proms and the Mariinsky Opera. His single largest commission, thus far, was for a series of 'Alice in Wonderland’ illustrations to go on a range of 'tea party' packaging - yet there are many years’ worth of work to be found in his various book projects, most notably his illustrated children's novel 'Lydia's Tin Lid Drum', published in 2009 by Oxford University Press. Neale's portfolio often reflects a love of early cinema and classical music, and his images can now be licensed from the prestigious Bridgeman Arts picture library.
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