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Modern British Art Works by Rudolph Sauter: “Ben Almadena, Spain feb” Modern, Spain, British, Painting, Art, Painting Art, Paintings, Kunst, Paint

Modern British Art Works by Rudolph Sauter: “Ben Almadena, Spain 11th feb”

Rudolph Sauter: “Ben Almadena, Spain 11th feb”. Signed titled and datedColoured waxed crayon15 x 20 7/8 in.(38.1 x 53 cm): Ben Almadena, Spain

Our First House , 1945 Printed card, addressed on the reverse to Mr and Mrs Fennemore Evie, Modern Art, Christmas Cards, Printed, Create, Illustration, Garden, Artist, House

Modern British Art Works by Evelyn Dunbar: “Our First House , 1945”

Evelyn Dunbar: “Our First House , 1945”. Printed christmas card, addressed on the reverse to Mr and Mrs Fennemore 12.5 x 10 cm: This shows the artists first home, in Long Compton, Warwickshire, seen from the back garden. In 1954 Evelyn and Roger assembled all the Christmas cards they had put together between them since the first in 1942 in a loose

Modern British Art Works by Lillian May Bevis Rowles: “Sisters, circa Walker Art, Art School, Sisters, Art Gallery, Drawings, British, Prints, Modern Art, Illustration Art

Modern British Art Works by Lillian May Bevis Rowles: “Sisters, circa 1915”

Lillian May Bevis Rowles: “Sisters, circa 1915”. Pen and ink on prepared card, 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 in. (24 x 19 cm.): In a hand washed mount Lilian Rowles studied at West Bromwich Municipal School of Art and exhibited at the Royal Academy and Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. She was a professional commercial designer and illustrator and

'On this occasion there was the usual confusion' 1925 Inscribed with title and notes to the printer with white highlights White Highlights, Confusion, Ww2, The Twenties, Modern Art, Printer, Illustration Art, Notes, Drawings

Twentieth Century British Art by Percy Horton: “ 'On this occasion there was the usual confusion' 1925”

Percy Horton: “ 'On this occasion there was the usual confusion' 1925”. Inscribed with title and notes to the printerPen and ink with white highlights9 ½ x 12 ½ in.Literature: reproduced, Labour Weekly, March 25th 1925: Horton opposed WW1 as a capitalists’ war using the working classes as cannon-fodder, and was more in tune with the French Revolution; indeed during in WW2, his readiness to don uniform demonstrates that armed struggle

Modern British Art Works by Robert Austin: “The Austin Family of Lingard House, the original copper etching plate, The Austin, It Works, Copper, British, Plate, The Originals, Drawings, Poem, Illustration

Modern British Art Works by Robert Austin: “The Austin Family of Lingard House, the original copper etching plate, 1936”

Robert Austin: “The Austin Family of Lingard House, the original copper etching plate, 1936”. The original copper plate7 x 5 in. (17.8 x 12.7 cm.):

Twentieth Century British Art by Barnett Freedman: “The Darts Champion” British Books, London Poster, Tate Gallery, Royal College Of Art, Poster On, Guinness, Art Google, Book Design, Printmaking

Twentieth Century British Art by Barnett Freedman: “The Darts Champion”

Barnett Freedman: “The Darts Champion”. Lithograph, printed by Curwen Studio19 x 29 in. (48 x 73.5 cm): The Darts Champion was one of six lithographs commissioned by Guinness in 1956 as part of the first series of posters to celebrate the publication of ‘Guinness World Records.

#Ernst #Deutsch #Dryden: #Kusmi le Thé du Connaisseur  Framed Monogrammed #pencil #Japanese #design #illustration #modernart #llfa #art #sketch Gouache, Illusions, Illustration, Design, Painting, Deutsch, Illustrations, Painting Art, Paintings

Twentieth Century British Art by Ernst Deutsch Dryden: “Kusmi, le Thé du Connaisseur”

Ernst Deutsch Dryden: “Kusmi, le Thé du Connaisseur”. Monogrammed Pencil & gouache, paper on board 16 1/2 x 11 3/4 in. (42 x 30cm.): Provenance: Anthony Lipmann, Bonhams. Dryden was one of the most successful commercial designers of the inter war years, working in Vienna, Berlin, Paris and Holllywood.

Raymond Sheppard - Leave it to Jones, 1956 - Young Elizabethan magazine Vol January 1956 Page 21 Cool Robots, Scratchboard, Robot Art, Pulp Art, Sci Fi Fantasy, Dark Art, Science Fiction, Illustrators, Modern Art

Twentieth Century British Art by Raymond Sheppard: “Leave it to Jones, 1956”

Raymond Sheppard: “Leave it to Jones, 1956”. Pen and ink on gesso prepared board, 13 3/4 X 5 3/4 in. (35 x 14.5 cm.): Literature: Raymond Sheppard, Master Illustrator, Liss Fine Art, November 2010, Cat.85 This drawing appeared in the Young Elizabethan, (vol 9:1) as in illustration to Leave it to Jones by John Kippax Literature: Young E

Modern British Art Works by Catherine Olive Moody: “The beggars opera, circa Royal College Of Art, Gouache Painting, Art School, Modern Art, Opera, British, Baseball Cards, Illustration, Opera House

Modern British Art Works by Catherine Olive Moody: “The beggars opera, circa 1940”

Catherine Olive Moody: “The beggars opera, circa 1940”. Gouache, 20 1/4 x 13 3/4 in. (51.5 x 35 cm.): Provenance: The Artists Estate Catherine Moody was the daughter of the artist Victor Hume Moody. She studied under him at Malvern School of Art, at Royal College of Art with Gilbert Spencer and at Birmingham College of Ar

Powerful imagery for women's roles. 1918 For Every Fighter A Women Worker Vintage YWCA Poster - Artist: Ernest Hamlin Baker Ww1 Propaganda Posters, World War One, First World, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Vintage Stuff, Retro Poster, The Great, Illustrations

Twentieth Century British Art by Ernest Hamlin Baker: “For Every Fighter a Woman Worker / Back Our Second Line of Defense, 1918”

Ernest Hamlin Baker: “For Every Fighter a Woman Worker / Back Our Second Line of Defense, 1918”. Lithographic poster,printed by The United States Printing & Lith. Co., 1918108 x 72 cm.: This poster was commissioned by the Young Women’s Christian Association (Y.W.C.A.), as part of the United War Work fundraising campaign of 1918. The Y.W.C.A was the first organization to send administrative workers over

Twentieth Century British Art by Karl Hagedorn: “Original artwork for Margarine, Don't Forget it Mum” Gouache, Textile Design, The Twenties, Don't Forget, Original Artwork, Modern Art, Advertising, The Originals, Movie Posters

Twentieth Century British Art by Karl Hagedorn: “Original artwork for Margarine, Don't Forget it Mum”

Karl Hagedorn: “Original artwork for Margarine, Don't Forget it Mum”. Design for Margarine, Dont Forget it MumSigned, inscribed with titleGouache on paper29 x 19 in. (73.5 x 48.2 cm): Hagedorn trained as a textile designer at the Municipal School of Technology at Manchester lasted from October 1906 to November 1907. He produced commercial work for Radio Times and Shell. He won the Grand Prix for a

Modern British Art Works by Rudolph Sauter: “The Retreat Pub Ledbury” World War Two, Modern Art, Germany, Watercolour Painting, Wall Art, Architecture, Street, City, Building

Modern British Art Works by Rudolph Sauter: “The Retreat Pub Ledbury”

Rudolph Sauter: “The Retreat Pub Ledbury”. SignedWatercolour21 x 15 3/8 in. (53.2 x 39 cm): After the Second World War Sauter moved from London to Coddington Court, (near Ledbury) in Herefordshire . Ledbury has a significant number of timber-framed structures, in particular along Church Lane and High Street.

#Stanley #Lewis: #Speakers #Corner  Unmounted #Penandink, #watercolour #art #drawing #illustration #London #modernart #Britishart #llfa Watercolour Art, Speakers, Modern Art, Corner, London, Drawings, Illustration, Music Speakers, Illustrations

#Stanley #Lewis: #Speakers #Corner Unmounted #Penandink, #watercolour #art #drawing #illustration #London #modernart #Britishart #llfa

Stanley Lewis: “We'll Make Room for you. Inscribed with title and colour notesPencil and x 7 in. x cm): Literature: The Unknown Artist: Stanley Lewis and his contemporaries, Cecil Higgins Art Gallery & Bedford Museum, June - September Liss Fine Art, Sketch Art, Watercolour, Modern Art, Vintage World Maps, Art Gallery, Pencil, Museum, Notes, Fine Art

Modern British Art Works by Stanley Lewis: “We'll Make Room for you...”

Stanley Lewis: “We'll Make Room for you...”. Inscribed with title and colour notesPencil and watercolour8 1/4 x 7 1/8 in. (20.8 x 18.1 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.

Twentieth Century British Art by Evelyn Dunbar: “A set of 20 vignettes, purpose unknown, several of which can be associated with decorative projects Dunbar was involved with in the Sketch Design, Vignettes, 1930s, Modern Art, Purpose, British, Ink, Canning, Projects

Twentieth Century British Art by Evelyn Dunbar: “A set of 20 vignettes, purpose unknown, several of which can be associated with decorative projects Dunbar was involved with in the mid-1930”

Evelyn Dunbar: “A set of 20 vignettes, purpose unknown, several of which can be associated with decorative projects Dunbar was involved with in the mid-1930”. Ink on paper. 12 x 8¼ in. (30.5 x 21 cm): Exhibited: Evelyn Dunbar - The Lost Works, Pallant House Gallery, October 2015 - February 2016, cat 124. Literature: Evelyn Dunbar - The Lost Works, eds Sacha Llewellyn & Paul Liss, July 2015, cat 124, page 175. Fig.

Eric Ravilious: 'Baker and Confectioner' from "High Street" by J M Richards, 1938 (lithograph) Art And Illustration, Book Illustrations, English Artists, British Artists, Wood Engraving, Gravure, Limited Edition Prints, Printmaking, Ephemera

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