What to Look for in Winter, Part 3
Back to the city this afternoon, from a weekend out in wintry Staffordshire with lovely friends. It was over too quickly, but these are th...
I was wandering through our local used-book store a few weeks ago and stumbled on a treasure: A Sketchbook of Birds, by Charles Tunnicliffe. Our library has a couple of books of his measured drawings, which are amazing in their own right, but I prefer these sketches. They're really lively. All images from Charles Tunnicliffe's A Sketchbook of Birds. Link to the Charles Tunnicliffe Society.
I have been enjoying your comments so much and started to feel sad that only one of you could win, so I've decided to pick not one but three names from the hat on Sunday, and the two 'runners up' will be able to choose anything they like from the Mouse Shop! I'll be drawing the names on Sunday afternoon, so there's still lots of time to leave a comment. Lots of luck to you all!
Tunnicliffe, C. F. (1901-1979), 'Stallion and Groom', Wood Engraving, c.1935/2007 from www.gerrishfineart.com
Wood engraving from the C. F. Tunnicliffe Memorial Collection Part One published in a limited edition of 112 in April 2007 by Hilary and Georgie Gerrish and Larkhall Fine Art. The engravings have been printed from Tunnicliffe's original blocks by Nicolas McDowall on acid-free Zerkall paper with the kind permission of the Tunnicliffe Estate. The print is numbered in pencil within the publisher's blindstamp lower left. This engraving is available singly for £280 or in a boxed set of seven…
Charles FrederickTunnicliffe | OWL | MutualArt
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Charles Tunnicliffe at Oriel Ynys Mon: ‘the love of nature absorbed him’
In my last post I wrote of our visit to Oriel Ynys Mon on Anglesey to see the exhibition of paintings of Venice by Kyffin Williams. It was the second time I’d been to the gallery and on both…