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  • Deborah J Dean

    Red Riding Hood. Tasha Tudor

  • Rhonda Walton

    If any artist ever embodied all that Victoria magazine strives to be, it was Tasha Tudor. Like those of us who revel in Victioria’s richness and artistry, she celebrated the simple beauty of authenticity. On June 18, 2008, Tasha leapt ahead to her next great adventure, perhaps to a world as magical as the one she created and shared with us all. We honor her memory.

  • Kara Lustig

    look little red riding hood all growb up

  • Caryn Stott

    Her winter coat... What a fabulous cloak!

  • Sarah Richards

    Tasha Tudor...children's author and illustrator who had BEAUTIFUL gardens and lived a simple way of life among nature.

  • Tammie Pothecary

    I want a red cape... {Tasha Tudor}

  • Gail Blair

    Tasha Tudor in red hood

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Tasha Tudor...American author and illustrator of children's books including "Corgiville Fair."

"They especially don't like to be scolded in public. They talk back, they growl and show their teeth and pretend they're frightfully savage ...

Love Tasha Tudor. Met her once when I was a kid. Love the corgis!

“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.”

Tasha Tudor corgi Nov 4th 2006-Jan 2007 my friends I were invited to this special exhibit.....

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.

Tasha Tudor, lover of animals.

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

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

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

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