Virginia Lee


Born
Devon, The United Kingdom
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Virginia is an illustrator of several children’s books, including 'Persephone' and 'The Frog Bride', She has sculpted for film as well as numerous of her own surreal characters and enjoys painting atmospheric, fantastical landscapes . Her specialty lies in conveying mythic transformations and revealing the hidden depths of the psyche in her own uniquely symbolic way. She is inspired by nature, landscapes, Dartmoor, myths, fairy tales, folklore, the human condition and spirituality. To wander through her woodland gallery and discover mythic lands and surreal characters, visit http://www.virginialee.co.uk. and her blog http://www.artofvirginialee.blogspot....

Her father is renowned illustrator, Alan Lee.


Average rating: 4.02 · 524 ratings · 89 reviews · 54 distinct works
The magic moth

4.31 avg rating — 16 ratings — published 1972 — 5 editions
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Dagon's Blood

4.92 avg rating — 12 ratings — published 2010 — 4 editions
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The Rivals

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Affairs Of The Heart: Men &...

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Nantucket Ghost Writer

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Déjà vu

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Colm Toibin's Brooklyn: Ins...

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Geraldine Brooks' Year of W...

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Insight Text Guide to Brooklyn

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“The merging of characteristics between different species creates a very powerful language, one that I love to explore through my art, enabling me to tap into the unconscious.”
Virginia Lee



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