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Saddler and Harness Maker Eric Ravilious Title Saddler and Harness Maker Title Publication Title High Street Date 1938 Medium Lithograph Provenance Richard Heffer, Cambridge Collage Illustration, Graphic Illustration, Book Illustrations, Art For Art Sake, Ephemera, Printmaking, Photo Art, Illustrators, Giclee Print

Modern British Art Works by Eric Ravilious: “E. Smith, saddlers & harness makers”

Eric Ravilious: “E. Smith, saddlers & harness makers”. Original 1938 lithograph, full sheet 9 x 6 in. (23 x 15cm): First published in 1938, this classic book introduces the British high street, pairing the timeless illustrations of beloved artist Eric Ravilious with an engaging text by architectural historian J. M. Richards. Shops inc

Karl Hagedorn: “Oxen in a stable”. Watercolour and pen and x 19 in. Stables, Watercolour, Modern Art, Moose Art, British, Painting, Animals, Watercolor, Animales

Twentieth Century British Art

Karl Hagedorn: “Oxen in a stable”. Watercolour and pen and ink13 x 19 in. (33 x 48.5 cm).:

Stanley Lewis: “The Fat Cat”. x cm): Literature: The Unknown Artist: Stanley Lewis and his contemporaries, Cecil Higgins Art Gallery & Bedford Museum, June - September Liss Fine Art, The majority of Stanleys illustrations were produced f Fat Cats, Modern Art, Literature, Art Gallery, British, Pencil, Museum, Fine Art, Drawings

Modern British Art Works by Stanley Lewis: “The Fat Cat”

Stanley Lewis: “The Fat Cat”. Pencil7 x 11 1/2 in. (17.9 x 29.6 cm): Literature: The Unknown Artist: Stanley Lewis and his contemporaries, Cecil Higgins Art Gallery & Bedford Museum, 12th June - 5th September 2010, Liss Fine Art, 2010. The majority of Stanleys illustrations were produced f

Modern British Art Works by Harry Epworth Allen: “At the circus, two clowns and an elephant” Clowns, Pencil Art, Watercolour, Modern Art, Elephant, British, Drawings, Animals, Watercolor

Modern British Art Works by Harry Epworth Allen: “At the circus, two clowns and an elephant”

Harry Epworth Allen: “At the circus, two clowns and an elephant”. Watercolour over pencil6 1/4 x 8 1/4 in. (15.8 x 21.1 cm):

Modern British Art by Raymond Sheppard: “Lion attacking Rhino” Wildlife Art, Watercolour, Madness, Monochrome, Modern Art, Lion Sculpture, British, Statue, Board

Modern British Art by Raymond Sheppard: “Lion attacking Rhino”

Raymond Sheppard: “Lion attacking Rhino”. Signed Watercolour on Watchmen board 18 1/2 x 23 1/2 (47 x 60 cm): Sheppard’s output as a graphic artist was prodigious, but he is less well known today than he might be, partly on account of his early death, at the age of forty-five. His remarkable studies of birds and animals from li

Twentieth Century British Art by Edward Irvine Halliday: “Stained glass window design with Swallow” Window Design, Stained Glass Windows, Swallow, Modern Art, Glass Art, British, Gouache Painting, Design Art, Patterns

Twentieth Century British Art by Edward Irvine Halliday: “Stained glass window design with Swallow”

Edward Irvine Halliday: “Stained glass window design with Swallow”. Gouache, 24 in. (61 cm.) diameter:

Twentieth Century British Art by Edith Lawrence: “Billy Goats Grazing in Woodland” Watercolor Landscape, Gouache, Goats, Woodland, Modern Art, British, Pencil, Animals, Animales

Twentieth Century British Art by Edith Lawrence: “Billy Goats Grazing in Woodland”

Edith Lawrence: “Billy Goats Grazing in Woodland”. Pencil and gouache14 1/4 x 20 1/4 in. (36.2 x 51.3 cm): The subject of goats seems to have held a peculiar interest to Lawrence, and they populate many of her watercolour landscapes. This work, however, is unusual in that it boldly deconstructs the group, and incorporates the

Modern British Art Works by Kenneth Rowntree: “Ballymoss winning the George V Stakes” Modern Art, Competition, Literature, Art Gallery, British, England, Horses, Fine Art, Prints

Modern British Art Works by Kenneth Rowntree: “Ballymoss winning the George V Stakes”

Kenneth Rowntree: “Ballymoss winning the George V Stakes”. From a painting by Kenneth Rowntree and John SkeapingColour lithograph published by Guinness and printed by the Curwen Press48 x 73 cm: Literature: John Milner, Kenneth Rowntree, Lund Humphries, 2002, p.46; Kenneth Rowntree, A Centenary Exhibition, Moore-Gwyn Fine Art and Liss Llewellyn Fine Art, 2015, Cat. 41, p.82 Exhibited: Fry Art Gallery, Kenneth R

Ling of Lingard, 1936 Unmounted printed from the cancelled plate Dalmatian, Modern Art, Plate, Printed, Artist, Dogs, Animals, Animales, Animaux

Modern British Art Works by Robert Austin: “Ling of Lingard, 1936”

Robert Austin: “Ling of Lingard, 1936”. Engraving, printed from the cancelled plate 6 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. (16.5 x 14 cm): Ling was the name of the artists Dalmatian, named after the familys house, Lingard House, in Chiswick. One of the artists most popular prints it was originally produced, in 1936, in an edition of 75. It is generally a

Modern British Art Works by Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe R.: “The Chartley Bull, Vintage Illustration Art, Book Illustrations, Nature Artists, Animal Drawings, Drawing Animals, Wood Engraving, Woodblock Print, Art Images, Art Prints

Modern British Art Works by Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe R.A.: “The Chartley Bull, 1939”

Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe R.A.: “The Chartley Bull, 1939”. Wood-engraving paper size: 12 1/2 x 15 3/8 in. (31.8 x 39 cm) image size: 9 x 12 in. (22.8 x 30.5 cm) Wood engraving from the C. F. Tunnicliffe Memorial Collection 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 Tunnicliffes original blocks by Nicolas McDowall with kind permission of the Tunnicliffe Estate.: Exhibited: WW2 - War…

Twentieth Century British Art by Mark Fisher: “Cows and chickens, circa Cows, Impressionism, Fisher, Modern Art, Victorian, Painting, Animals, Animales, Animaux

Twentieth Century British Art by Mark Fisher: “Cows and chickens, circa 1880”

Mark Fisher: “Cows and chickens, circa 1880”. Oil on canvas13 x 13in. (33 x 33 cm.): Fisher studied at Gleyres Atelier in Paris in 1863, at the same time as Sisley. He returned to America - in effect exporting Impressionism across the Atlantic some years before Sargent, though from 1872 he settled in Engl

Edwin John Alexander: “Peacock, Signed and datedGouache on x 21 in. x cm): Full Provenance; Macfarlane Lady Selway The Fine Art Society Mr & Mrs Alan Fortunoff since 1985 Amber Tree, Edward Burne Jones, Art Society, Pre Raphaelite, Impressionist Art, Still Life Art, Modern Art, Victorian, Fine Art

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Modern British Art Works by Katherine Mary Fryer: “The Cat (before Wood Engraving, Superhero Logos, Screen Printing, Modern Art, Old Things, Mary, Art Prints, Creative, British

#Katherine #May #Fryer: The #Cat (before 1940) Unmounted (ref: 8361) #Print from original #woodblock #modernart #llfa #art

Twentieth Century British Art by Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe R.: “The Shire Stallion” Scottish Animals, Hare Illustration, Bunny Art, Wood Engraving, Linocut Prints, Sculpture Art, Cats And Kittens, Modern Art, Fine Art

Modern British Art Works by Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe R.A.: “Sitting Hare, 1949, (2007)”

Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe R.A.: “Sitting Hare, 1949, (2007)”. Wood-engravingpaper size: 9 x 6 1/2 in. (22.8 x 16.5 cm)image size: 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 in. (14 x 9 cm)The engravings have been printed from Tunnicliffes original blocks by Nicolas McDowall with kind permission of the Tunnicliffe Estate.:

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