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Michael Clegg Jun 24
I've just posted a new piece to the blog, on 's TV appearances, including Anglia Television's 'About Britain' doc from 1984. This can be seen at the Gallery and was recently posted online by
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West End Lane Books Sep 29
As I open shop door, I say 'Morning!!' to nice dude opening cycle shop next door, plus several passers-by who smile & say Hi. Feel like tradesperson in one of those old documentaries about Ye Olde London Town or character in an pic. But that's just me
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Tim Dunn Jun 29
Edward Bawden's illustrated map of 1924 British Empire Exhibition, Wembley. It's a stand-out exhibit in the expo, full of literally thousands of caricatures, commissioned by for Underground Electric Railways Co. of London (now )...
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Janet Dickson Aug 5
Fabulous exhibition - a real treat. Loved this Linocut.
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HandmadebyHaggy May 25
I had a wonderful day at the exhibition at today. I'd really recommend the exhibition such a broad range of work: linoprint, watercolour, pen and ink; all with an amazing sense of design and wit! Here's my SWAG from the gift shop!! 😍
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Robin Baker Jun 1
Delighted that ’s poster for Hue and Cry (1947) from collection is part of Bawden exhibition. , senior curator of BFI special collections, discusses why she loves it so much
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The Mainstone Press Sep 4
Thanks to Stewart Rayment for reviewing our new book alongside a review for and their impressive exhibition catalogue by - if you've not been, there's still a few days left to visit!
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londonprintstudio 25 Sep 17
We'll be looking forward to this show, !
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Towner Art Gallery May 26
Master printmaker, illustrator & designer is perhaps best known for his commercial work. This summer shines a light on every aspect of Bawden’s wide-ranging career, championing him as an accomplished fine artist.
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The Art Stable Feb 1
Edward Bawden, Morte d’Arthur (Sir Kay Smote Him So Hard), 1982, linocut In the print show which continues until 10 Feb
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The Folio Society Jun 18
There is an exhibition of 's artwork at  from now until 9 September 2018. 'Not since Bawden's death has such a wide-range of his work, including many unpublished pieces, ever been assembled.'
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Down To Earth Nov 1
Gardening with Mr Bawden by is a folding book that will delight fans of and alike, It has been created from that have been layered and then transferred to litho plates and printed at
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The Mainstone Press Sep 3
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illuminati design Jun 29
Lovely review by of 's catalogue - was such a pleasure (& challenge!) to design.
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James Russell May 17
Done! is ready to fly! Doors open Weds 23 May
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Emma Clarke Jul 10
Absolutely adored the exhibition - so much so I wrote up a few of my thoughts on the collection 👇
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Ollie Douglas May 21
... And your close neighbour has a piece of wallpaper on display
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FryArtGallery Sep 20
Edward Bawden from Lino to Litho is the fifth and last of Michael Clegg's blogs to accompany our "Edward Bawden at Home" exhibition y
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James Russell May 16
Calling fans of , & modern design... have a listen to tonight - I've heard it's going to be good!
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Museum of Technology 18h
The Curator's cat posing with an print cushion acquired on a recent visit to . We'll be back to metal tomorrow. Just fancied something a bit cuddly this evening!
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