Edward Bawden (English, 1903-1989). Campions and Columbines. 1947. Linocut.

✽ edward bawden - 'campions and columbines' - 1947 - linocut

Cat in Red - Edward Bawden

Tone: Patterns and hatching defining tone. Cat in Red - Edward Bawden

Cats on the cover of The Listener, line-drawn illustration, Edward Bawden.

Cats reading on the cover of The Listener, line-drawn illustration, Edward Bawden.

The White Greyhound of Richmond from 'The Queen's Beasts' by Edward Bawden (1954)

Illustration Edward Bawden The White Greyhound of Richmond.

Edward Bawden -- unfortunately unsourced and undated....but gorgeous

Edward Bawden and His Circle – Malcolm Yorke

Fizz (edition of large linocut, signed and numbered by Richard Bawden

An illustration by Edward Bawden for Fortnum & Mason. Taken from 'Entertaining À La Carte' by Peyton Skipworth (2007)

An illustration by Edward Bawden for Fortnum Mason. Taken from 'Entertaining À La Carte' by Peyton Skipworth

Edward Bawden at Christmas | All things considered.

Edward Bawden for Fortnum and Mason

A look through London Underground posters from decades past.

Natural History Museum poster, South Kensington: designed by Edward Bawden 1925

Lovely stuff from illustrator and graphic designer Edward Bawden - Leadenhall Market, 1967, lithograph after linocut.

London through the eyes of illustrator and graphic designer Edward Bawden

Lovely stuff from illustrator and graphic designer Edward Bawden - Leadenhall Market, lithograph after linocut.

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London A to Z linocut illustrations by Edward Bawden

Title page for 'Winters of Content' by Osbert Sitwell, 1932.

ART & ARTISTS: Eric Ravilious – part 1 / Title page for 'Winters of Content' by Osbert Sitwell / Eric Ravillious 1935

Edward Bawden

more of the titfield thunderbolt

Edward Bawden - The Horse Guards - linocut

new) Electronics, Cars, Fashion, Collectibles, Coupons and

Waltham Cross, 1933 by Edward Bawden Greeting Card Down To Earth Cards

Greeting card reproduced from a watercolour by Edward Bawden. 140 x with grey craft paper envelope. Recycled and/or FSC approved materials. Published by Art Angels.

The Titfield Thunderbolt, 1953 (poster by Edward Bawden)

Edward Bawden poster for great Ealing film.

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