Hobbs, Anne Stevenson

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HOBBS, Anne Stevenson

HOBBS, Anne Stevenson. British, b. 1942. Genres: Art/Art history, Adult non-fiction, Natural history. Career: British Museum, London, England, curator, 1964-66; Victoria and Albert Museum's National Art Library, London, curator, 1966-90, (Curator of special collections), 1990-; Frederick Warne Curator of Children's Literature, 1991-; writer. Founder member of the Mantegazza String Quartet; violinist and pianist. Publications: (ed. with J.I. Whalley) Beatrix Potter, the V & A Collection: The Leslie Linder Bequest of Beatrix Potter Material, 1985; Fables: Five Hundred Years of Illustration and Text, 1986; (with J. Taylor, Whalley, and E. Battrick) Beatrix Potter, 1866-1943: The Artist and Her World, 1987; Beatrix Potter's Art, 1990; (trans.) Naissance de Pierre Lapin, 1992; (with E. Jay and M. Noble) A Victorian Naturalist: Beatrix Potter's Drawings from the Armitt Collection, 1992; The Linder Collection of the Works and Drawings of Beatrix Potter, 1996; (intro.) Les Champignons, 1996. Address: Archive of Art and Design, 23 Blythe Rd, London WI4 0QF, England.

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