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Portrait of the artist's father, 1960, from: Ann Cartwright, To What Extent is Reg Cartwright a Naïve Painter?, p. 10, RAC/16.

An early illustration of fireplaces, painted when Reg Cartwright was working as a 'commercial artist' for Gaytons, from: Portfolio of Commercial Work, (c. 1964-76), RAC/8

Portrait in oils of the artist's two sons, 1969, from: Ann Cartwright, To What Extent is Reg Cartwright a Naïve Painter?, p. 7, RAC/16.

'Meeting on a country road', 1970s, from exhibition catalogue for 'Reg Cartwright Paintings' at the Portal Gallery, London, (2 May - 5 June 1974), RAC/10.

'Boy with bread', ?1970s, from: Portfolio of Work, (c. 1975 - mid-1980s), RAC/8. This is a portrait of Russell Harty as a child.

Vignette of an owl perched on a window-ledge from: Anne Carter and Reg Cartwright, Birds, Beasts and Fishes, (Walker, 1991), p. 18, SCM 13325.

Vignette of the jackdaw from: Ann and Reg Cartwright, Jackdaw, (Hutchinson, 1993), title page, SCM 13337.

Illustration from a mock-up of Mr Potter's Pigeon, (c. 1978), p. 12, RAC/3.

Illustration of the pigeon returning home from: Reg Cartwright and Patrick Kinmonth, Mr Potter's Pigeon, (Hutchinson, 1979), p. 27, SCT 01610.

The Mother Goose Award, 1980, won by Reg Cartwright for his illustrations for Mr Potter's Pigeon, for which he was adjudged the most exciting newcomer to British children's book illustration.  The award is photographed together with a first edition…
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