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Despite creating tens of thousands of drawings in a career spanning nearly 70 years, British illustrator Quentin Blake is still surprised at his success ahead of his latest exhibition. Most well-known for his work with children's author Roald Dahl, Blake has illustrated more than 250 books by different authors and turned his attention to large-scale works. Ahead of a new exhibition of the illustrator's rarely seen nudes up at London's House of Illustration, he said he still cannot pinpoint the secret of his success.During the following decades, Blake taught at London's Royal College of Art and curated exhibitions at institutions including the National Gallery, while continuing to inspire children with his drawings.
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