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Tasha Tudor - working efficiently in the clothing of the past century

Tasha Tudor died 6/18/2008 in Marlboro, Vermont. Her estate, over $2 million, was contested by the three children she disinherited... "Her will left the bulk of the estate to Seth Tudor, and his son; $1,000 each to her two daughters, and a piece of antique furniture to younger son, because of their 'estrangement' from her." -However, over her lifetime she gave her son a half share in her home in Marlboro, Vermont, $2 million in art work, with a similar lifetime disposition to her two daughters.

“She was totally involved in fantasy. She wanted to live in her own little world,” said Thomas Tudor, the third of the children. “I found that when I was a teenager, it was very difficult to get back into reality.”

I drawed those kinds of winters cards when I was 10; and I wrote wishes for my family & friends... waouh souvenirs, now I am 40!

Tasha Tudor, lover of animals.

A Little Princess, by Frances Hodgson Burnett, illustrated by Tasha Tudor (1963 edition).

A rare pose of Tasha with one of her babies, Lovely. She was a free spirit from the beginning.

The Wind in the Willows by Rose Red Cottage on Flickr.

Vintage Tasha Tudor Illustration Vintage Art by MyCottageGarden

Tasha Tudor, This photo was taken on June 20, 2008, and belongs to the Lamson Library's photostream.

American illustrator Tasha Tudor's Vermont estate: Tudor, once described as an "unconventional Martha Stewart," was famous for living an idyllic, back-to-basics life in New England where she went barefoot, spun flax to make linen for clothes, raised Nubian goats for milk, and looked after her beloved Corgis.