Edward Bawden: Illustration from 'Life in an English Village', published in 1949 by King Penguin. The book contains 16 lithographs by Bawden showing the daily round of village life.

Edward Bawden – - Illustration from 'Life in an English Village', published in 1949 by King Penguin Books. The book contains 16 lithographs by Bawden showing the daily round of village life.

Edward Bawden: Illustration from 'Life in an English Village', published in 1949 by King Penguin. The book contains 16 lithographs by Bawden showing the daily round of village life.

Edward Bawden's 1949 book Life in an English Village looks back on a Britain which is disappearing after the War.

Edward Bawden’s linocut ‘Church and Thunderstorm’

Edward Bawden’s linocut ‘Church and Thunderstorm’, marked number 6 out of a run of measuring x x

Baker and Confectioner Print by Eric Ravilious

Bakers - Eric Ravilious, Eric Ravilious Eric William Ravilious July 1903 – 2 September was an English painter, designer, book illustrator and wood engraver.

"Entertaining A La Carte" brochure illustration by Edward Bawden for Fortnum & Mason, Piccadilly, London

'Entertaining A La Carte' brochure illustration by Edward Bawden for Fortnum & Mason, Piccadilly, London

No 1 Map Corridor, 1940 by Eric Ravilious

No 1 Map Corridor, 1940 - Eric Ravilious - Leeds Art Gallery Print on Demand Art Gallery Website

‘Untitled (Sun and Moon over Hill)', one of Ravilious' woodcuts.

Eric Ravilious: Green and pleasant land

eric ravilious illustration shows mark making- cross hatching and lines, curved marks to create a shape

Judd St Eric Ravilious - Shepherds Falkiners

'Judd St Eric Ravilious' decorative paper in orange by English designer, illustrator & artist Eric Ravilious available via Falkiner Fine Papers

ART & ARTISTS: Eric Ravilious – part 1 / A Sadler and Harness Maker from 'High Street' 1938

Saddler and Harness Maker Eric Ravilious Title Saddler and Harness Maker Title Publication Title High Street Date 1938 Medium Lithograph Provenance Richard Heffer, Cambridge

1933 Node wallpaper for Curwen Press by Edward Bawden

'Node' by Edward Bawden Node was one of the four 'Plaistow Wallpapers'; designs commissioned by Curwen Press in and so called because the press was located in Plaistow, East London. They were produced in lithograph, after the original linocuts.

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