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The High Mu­seum presents Win­nie-the-pooh:

Ex­plor­ing a Clas­sic to celebrate the mag­i­cal world of a beloved child­hood char­ac­ter. Over 200 works will be fea­tured from a span of 90 years, ex­plor­ing the ori­gins and cre­ation of Pooh, orig­i­nally written by A.A. Milne and il­lus­trated by E.H. Shep­ard.the ex­hibit will re­veal the in­spi­ra­tions be­hind the clas­sic lit­er­a­ture and high­light the col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween Milne and Shep­ard. Orig­i­nal il­lus­tra­tions, manuscripts, early edi­tion, let­ters, pho­to­graph, ce­ram­ics, car­toons and fashion will be avail­able for pub­lic view­ing.

E. H. Shep­ard (1879-1976), “Pooh and Piglet go hunt­ing,” from Win­nie-the-pooh

chap­ter 3, 1926. Pen and ink sketch. From the col­lec­tion of Clive and Ali­son Beecham © The Shep­ard Trust.

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