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March 21, 2014


Ian Sinclair

Thanks for this Jim. I had the pleasure of interviewing Annie in Lyon for a French Radio programme and found her to be as deeply spiritual and full of humour as her illustrations.

Dave Summers

Sadly I have lost my book of Christian cartoons one of which showed a group of people coming out of a traditional-style church building. Most of the congregation were drawn in detail but two people were in the style of Annie Vallotton. The caption: "There was something about the Richardsons that marked them out as readers of the Good News Bible."
The Good News is the version I use most. When my last copy fell apart I searched for another with the same page layout. (Modern editions are different and familiarity has its benefits.) I didn't find one, and eventually bought one without the pictures. Oh woe is me...

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