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    Charles Santore Snow White and Other Fairy Tales ~ Blog of an Art Admirer

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    Charles Santore. Poppy Field, 1991. Watercolor. From The Wizard of Oz, Jelly Bean Press, Random House, 1991. Courtesy of the Artist

  • Mary Tills

    Santore's illustrations use space and perspective to enhance the fantasy aspect of the scene. The lion and the flowers are huge, and Dorothy is small. The Wizard of Oz illustrated by Charles Santore.

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