RAVILIOUS (ERIC) HENNELL (THOMAS) Poems... engravings on wood by Eric Ravilious, NUMBER 48 OF 50 COPIES SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR AND ARTIST
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"Cement Works" by Eric Ravilious, 1934. Whilst staying at Furlongs on the South Downs, Peggy Angus and Eric Ravilious made the nearby Asham Cement Works their unlikely subject, he painting in watercolour and her in oil.
Fry Art Gallery celebrates the watercolour world of Eric Ravilious in Essex
The Fry Art Gallery in Saffron Walden is currently hosting the first ever exhibition to explore the vivid North West Essex watercolours of Eric Ravilious.
Ravilious, Auerbach, Englishness
Eric Ravilious, Waterwheel, 1938, painted at Capel-y-Ffin, Wales; described by ER as 'a bit Chinese' I had a phone call last week from columnist Ian Jack, who wanted my opinion on the subject of Eric Ravilious and Englishness; his typically nuanced and thought-provoking article is here. The fact that Ian is Scottish made our conversation particularly interesting, from my side at least. My father was from north of the border, and bar the accidents of fate I might have grown up in Edinburgh…