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Was A Door In The Ivy".Illustration by Inga Moore. (The Secret Garden)., "There Was A Door In The Ivy".Illustration by Inga Moore. (The Secret Garden)., "There Was A Door In The Ivy".Illustration by Inga Moore. (The Secret Garden). The Secret Garden, Secret Gardens, Garden Drawing, Garden Painting, Diy Garden, Garden Care, Garden Arbor, Garden Illustration, Garden Doors

Inga Moore (1944, English)

Illustrations taken from The Secret Garden The Secret Garden Mary Sat At The Corner Of The Railway Carriage Mary Saw One Room Showed A Dull Glow There Was A Door In The Ivy She Found An Old Man Dig…

The Cornfield with Stooks by John Nash c. 1918 Oil on Canvas (Private Collection) Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Uk Landscapes, Nature Paintings, John Nash, Best Artist, Beautiful Paintings, Painting Prints, Oil On Canvas

Twentieth Century British Art by John Nash: “Cornfield with stocks” | www.lissllewellyn.com

"Cornfield with stocks" by John Nash

Edward Bawden for Fortnum & Mason illustration Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, British Artists, Light Painting, Watercolour Painting, Pattern Art, Interesting Stuff, Printmaking, Artworks

Mainstone Press on Instagram: “Waiting for the morning bread van? From the Lost Watercolours of Edward Bawden... A lovely scene depicting life in Waltham Cross, a tiny…”

Edward Bawden for Fortnum & Mason #edwardbawden #fortnumandmason #bookarts #illustration

June 1938 ~ "Boatyard" by Eric Ravilious, aka Eric William Ravilious English Painter, Designer, Book Illustrator & Wood Engraver . Composition Art, Mc Escher, Encaustic Painting, Naive Art, Block Prints, Lino Prints, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Beautiful Paintings

Boatyard, June 1938 by Eric Ravilious | Blank Greeting Cards | Fine Art Greeting Cards

Boatyard, June 1938 by Eric Ravilious

'Derelict Chapel, Minions Nr Uskeard', 1958 - watercolour and pen and ink Edward Bawdwin Online Scrapbook, Perspective Art, Painter Artist, Royal College Of Art, Abandoned Buildings, Light Painting, Watercolor And Ink, Landscape Art, Painting Inspiration

Edward Bawden

"My own wish, would be for all the jigsaw pieces of my life’s work to be together, not scattered willy-nilly to any institution that happe...

‘Brighton’ Leaving Newhaven by Eric Ravilious 1935 (Priv Coll). The steamer ‘Brighton’ transported mail between Newhaven and Dieppe. Newhaven, Magic Realism, Best Artist, Les Oeuvres, Illustrators, Art Photography, Illustration Art, Images, Fine Art

Eric Ravilious – part 1

Eric Ravilious in 1939 photo by Serge Chermayeff Eric Ravilious (1903 – 1942) was an English painter, wood-engraver and designer. He was educated at Eastbourne School of Art and then at the Royal College of Art (1922–5), where he was taught by Paul Nash and became close friends with Edward Bawden. His early works included the refectory mural (destr. 1940) in Morley College, London, and wood engravings in the tradition of Bewick for the Golden Cockerel, Curwen and Nonesuch presses. In the…

Pastoral England: British painter, Eric Ravilious Ive seen the Cerne Abbas Giant. Painting Collage, Art For Art Sake, Green Man, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Art Prints, Pictures, Image, Twitter

Ravilious at Dulwich: dot and speck and dash and dab

One morning in 1934, Eric Ravilious set off with a sketch pad from his home in Brick House, Great Bardfield, Essex. He didn’t go far – just around the corner, in fact, to where a repair…

Cotswold Hills -Your Paintings - Paul Nash paintings. This sums up the atmosphere of a landscape better for me than a more "realistic" painting. Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Landscape Drawings, Abstract Painters, Time Painting, Art Uk, Magritte, Plein Air, Your Paintings

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“Paul Nash - Cotswolds Hills ca.1920 Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery, Plymouth, UK”

London-born John Northcote Nash was a British landscape and still-life artist, wood engraver and illustrator. The younger brother of surrealist artist Paul Nash, he worked for some years as a war artist, before turning his efforts to the picturesque Eas Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, John Nash, English Artists, British Artists, Landscaping Near Me, Social Art, Post Impressionism

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A painting by Dora Carrington of the "Mill House", Tidmarsh, Pangbourne, on the upper Thames, where much of Queen Victoria was written by Lytton Strachey. Dora Carrington, Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell, Bloomsbury Group, Multimedia, Art History, Canvas Prints, Architecture, House Styles

Dora Carrington and the Bloomsbury Group

Around the turn of the twentieth century a group of Bohemian intellectuals composed of artists, writers, and economists formed a kind of of clique, where they lived freely, more or less, according to their own rules and eschewed the repressive, conformist social mores of the day.

Avenue of Trees - John Constable. Oil on canvas. 52 x 36 cm. Colchester and Ipswich Museums Service: Ipswich Borough Council Collection, Ipswich, Suffolk, England, UK. Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, John Constable Paintings, English Romantic, Great Paintings, Paintings Of Trees, English Artists, Watercolor Trees

Avenue of Trees

Avenue of Trees - John Constable. Date unknown. Oil on canvas. 52 x 36 cm. Colchester and Ipswich Museums Service: Ipswich Borough Council Collection, Ipswich, Suffolk, England, UK.

The colourful, joyful work of British painter and illustrator Edward Bawden is on display at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, and it's the perfect thing to see this summer. Watercolor Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Watercolor Art, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Very Nice Images, Olafur Eliasson, Thing 1, The Clash, London Calling

How Edward Bawden modernised the watercolour

He’s best known for his work as a designer. A new exhibition should change that