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The ulimate Rufian Clip Art, a drawing
a by Rufus Sewell 1997,  from Victoria
Leacock's "Celebrity Drawings."
Rufian Art won't elaborate on the details of these colorful shapes, except to say that all
of them where inspired by something Sewell.  They all have been authorized for free
use, so if you would like to take one home, just give a right click on your mouse.
If you have an eye for Sewell film, you might be able to guess what movie these little fish swam in from.
Butterfly Drops
Floating Flower Thoughts
A little Rufian Moon

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Yeah you, . . . Come in to this little room for sec.
Pssst!
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Signature Flowers
Victoria Leacock
1998 ISBN 0-7679-0293-9
A revealing Collection Of Celebrity Drawings

From Signature Flowers Biographies:
Rufus Sewell has found his niche as a curly-locked and chiseled leading man in such period films as Cold Comfort Farm, Carrington, and Dangerous Beauty.  His latest film is the film-noir inspired Dark City directed by Alex Proyas. He was featured on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine in 1998 as an up-and-coming Hollywood talent. Besides seeing him in movies and on magazine covers, Victoria has run into the London Native numerous times in New York coffee shops.

Signature Flowers showcases 100 flowers drawn by celebrated movie stars, artists, musicians, writers, and more. Victoria Leacock has chosen these very special "autographs" from her unique twenty-year collection. Complete with little biographies of the contributors and stories behind select drawings, Signature Flowers is a one-of-a-kind garden of perennials.

Victoria Leacock will donate thirty percent of her proceeds to Love Heals, the Alison Gertz Foundation for AIDS Education and to the American Foundation for AIDS Research (AmFAR)

This page was last updated on:
January 4, 2006

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