Edward Bawden
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Edward Bawden CBE RA (1903-1989) was a British painter, illustrator and graphic artist – training under Paul Nash in the 1920s. His first one man show was in 1933. During the Second World War, Edward Bawden served as one of the Official War Artist for Britain. He made many evocative watercolor paintings recording the war effort in Europe and the Middle East. He was also famous for his prints, book covers, posters and garden metalwork furniture.
edward Bawden/ ambrose heath cookery book

Linocut cover by Edward Bawden for 'Good Food' by Ambrose Heath (Faber & Faber)

"The Rookery" by Edward Bawden, R.A.

lilithsplace: “‘The Rookery’, 1954 - Edward Bawden ”

edward bawden for curwen press, 1934

edwardbawden: Curwen Press Newsletter 8 Cover design by Edward Bawden. The unicorn was the identifying mark of the Curwen Press.

London through the eyes of illustrator and graphic designer Edward Bawden

London through the eyes of illustrator and graphic designer Edward Bawden

Edward Bawden created illustrated maps and structural lithographs from the to the with Kew Gardens and London's markets among his favourite subjects

"The Artist's Garden in Winter" by Edward Bawden,1948

The Artist's Garden in Winter, 1948 by Edward Bawden, (English Watercolour and gouache l 14 x 20 inches x 50 cm)

"House at Ironbridge" by Edward Bawden, 1956 (watercolour, gouache and ink on paper)

Edward Bawden House at Ironbridge 1956 Watercolour, gouache and ink on paper 18 x 22 inches

A festive image by Edward Bawden for Fortnum & Mason. Find out more... http://allthingsconsidered.co.uk/2015/12/edward-bawden-christmas.html

Edward Bawden worked with London luxury provisions store Fortnum & Mason for a number years either side of World War II, designing a number of catalogues, menu cards, brochures and other ephemera.

"The Outsider" by Albert Camus. Cover illustration by Edward Bawden, 1946

Camus - born 100 years ago today, on November. 1946 (h/b) Hamish Hamilton. Translated from French by Stuart Gilbert; Introduction by Cyril Connolly. Jacket design by Edward Bawden.

"The Produce Shop" by Edward Bawden. Lithograph for the 1947 issue of 'Alphabet & Image'

"The Produce Shop" by Edward Bawden. Lithograph for the 1947 issue of 'Alphabet & Image'

'The Lost Watercolours of Edward Bawden', published by The Mainstone Press, brings together the largest collection of the artist’s pre-war watercolours ever assembled http://www.stjudesprints.co.uk/products/the-lost-watercolours-of-edward-bawden

'The Lost Watercolours of Edward Bawden', published by The Mainstone Press, brings together the largest collection of the artist’s pre-war watercolours ever assembled http://www.stjudesprints.co.uk/products/the-lost-watercolours-of-edward-bawden

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