Dr Liv Gibbs (@DrLivGibbs)
The latest Tweets from Dr Liv Gibbs (@DrLivGibbs). Architectural/art historian, archaeologist. Heritage in art consultant, researching paintings of buildings, monuments and landscapes. England
Ironbridge at Ewenbridge
By Canns Down Press In stock Ref: BAP20 From a watercolour on paper (1942). Location Ewenbridge, Shalford. A juxtaposition between the natural and man-made: trees, fields and the iron bridge. This contrast is so much a central theme in Ravilious's work. Format: GiclÃ©e Print, Limited Edition (1/950) on 310gsm thick 100% cotton rag. Hand-numbered and hand-embossed. Available framed, for more information contact us. 69 x 61 cm
Eric Ravilious the Romantic Modernist at The Royal West of England Academy in Bristol
The seemingly innocent pastoral landscapes of Eric Ravilious are re-examined to reveal their Modernist credentials at the RWA in Bristol.
The Ariel Poems – part 2
The Ariel poems were a series of 38 pamphlets published between 1927 – 1931 by Faber and Gwyer (and later Faber and Faber) which contained illustrated poems. Each numbered pamphlet had an illustrated cover. Four pages were sewn inside the cover, The frontispiece had another, usually multi-coloured illustration, and named the author and illustrator. Following that page was the poem. Several authors and illustrators had multiple pamphlets. A second series of eight Ariel poems was published in…
Canns Down Press | Art Greetings Cards | Artist Greetings Cards | Charity Christmas Cards
Browser nearly 1,000 Art Greetings Cards, Artist Greetings Cards, Charity Christmas Cards, Contemporary Art Cards, Wrapping Paper & Other Stationery.
Christmas Pudding | Ravilious, Eric | V&A Explore The Collections
Plate of cream earthenware printed with the 'Christmas Pudding' motif, designed by Eric Ravilious, made by Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Ltd, Etruria, 1938.
Modern, English and Strange | by Jenny Uglow | The New York Review of Books
I’m heading to the Dulwich Picture Gallery to see an exhibition of the work of Eric Ravilious, who, though little known abroad, is one of the most distinctive British artists of the 1930s and 1940s. The adjective “English” applies to much of Ravilious’s subject matter and his affiliations, but not to his style or atmosphere.