The Private World of Tasha Tudor

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Tasha Tudor has written and illustrated more than seventy-five beloved children's books since her first, Pumpkin Moonshine, in 1938. Now seventy-seven years old, she lives on a farm in southern Vermont, where she has recreated an early Victorian world. To capture this intimate portrait of Tasha Tudor, photographer Richard Brown followed her throughout a year on her farm. By interweaving Tudor's own words and more than 100 color photographs, Brown has evoked the essence of Tudor's uniquely appealing personality and way of ...

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truckerdan

Jan 21, 2010

A Better Life

Lots of great photos of a very interesting lady. More people should try to mimic her lifestyle. She seemed kind, compassionate, and loving, while at the same time was a rugged individualist. What a real American should be like. She was able to enjoy the simple things in life such as housekeeping and dishwashing. She was proud to be a housewife. I bet when the power lines went down she didn't start whining about government not doing enough. She considered it a privilege just to be alive, and savored the beauty all around her. This book will give you a better outlook on life.

booooook

May 21, 2009

Wonderful information

This book is a must have for Tasha Tudor fans and those new to her world.

jomorin27

Dec 11, 2008

A Fascinating Artist

This was an enchanting look into a life of an eccentric, albeit very endearing artist. What possessed Tasha Tudor to adopt the lifestyle and surroundings of a period in time gone these last hundred years? Why did she choose to channel the life of a countrywoman living in 1830? These are questions still unanswered after reading this book but on the plus side, Tasha's very special gifts and proclivities are beautifully photographed. The photographs alone are worth the book's price. Her drawings, gardens, dolls and other crafts are unique.

Tasha's drawings and book illustrations have always been beautiful and inspirational. I can remember falling in love with her illustration style when I first saw a Christmas card she had drawn. The children pictured were so like my own children yet somehow perfectly suited to the 19th century period she was drawing and she had captured the peace and joy of that season in time.

I enjoyed seeing her happy and content on her Vermont farm in the house constructed for her by her now grown son. Though now deceased, Tasha and her art will continue to inspire artists and writers and lovers of children's books for a long time.

LDR233

Jul 10, 2008

Inspiring Book

I am inspired and renewed by the courage and unique spirit that has guided Tasha Tudor's life. This book is quality in content and presentation.

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