Rarely-seen pictures created by illustrator Sir Quentin Blake, whose first work was published more than 60 years ago, have gone on display.
The exhibition at Mottisfont, near Romsey in Hampshire, features about 100 pieces of Blake’s distinctive ink line and watercolour artwork.
The illustrator is best know for his work with Roald Dahl on books such as The Witches, Matilda and The BFG.
The artwork will be on show until 14 September.
The original drawings and watercolours in the show have all been lent to the National Trust by the Chris Beetles Gallery in London.