page size 13 x 19cms

Is there any feature that commends this illustrator beyond her being a late survival of the Beardsley to Harry Clarke spectrum? Sections of her work remind me of Tony Meeuwissen who is a great talent - quirky symmetries and Face Landscapes. But I was always fascinated (if not delighted) by her techniques in the colour plates, where her shading does not indicate a source of light, or suggest volume but gives the impression that the foreground figures are pressed into grey crumbling flour. Very odd and mesmerising for a moment.

I know little about this illustrator other than vaguely twee collections of tales and rhymes, and work for the Rahpael Tuck Postcard firm.