Saved - work of early 20th century illustrator whose elaborate contraptions were the inspiration for Wallace and Gromit.
Acquisition of the Simon Heneage Collection
William Heath Robinson (1872–1944) was one of the leading illustrators of his day. This collection of 410 drawings and paintings includes some of the finest examples of Heath Robinson’s work. The collection has a heavy emphasis on his humorous works and includes many of his most well-known First and Second World War cartoons. The works will be displayed at the new Heath Robinson Museum at West House, Pinner when it opens.