Book (illustrator only): "The Love for Three Oranges: The Glyndebourne Version" (F. Corsaro)
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I wrote exactly what was in my head. I never set out to write books for children. I'm no more interested in them than I am in grown-ups. My work is peculiar. I'm a middle-aged elderly man and I have kids swimming in milk, and you can't put that on the same shelf as Norman Mailer of Saul Bellow. What are you going to do with it? You put it in the kiddie section. But it isn't because I intended it ...
His studio was a large barn in Connecticut.
His works frequently depict a child entering an imaginative or dream related world or setting.
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