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Alexandra Epps Mar 30
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Alexandra Epps Nov 5
Braintree Station c1961
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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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Inexpensive Progress Mar 29
From Michael Rothenstein's Relief Printing' book.. here is a Linocut and the block below it. I wish most collections would display the lino blocks with the print. It really shows the craft in it all.
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Alexandra Epps Feb 13
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James Russell May 17
Done! is ready to fly! Doors open Weds 23 May
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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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Bankside Gallery 17 Apr 18
Tonight's talk about with is fully booked. If you missed out on booking your place, read James' article on the to find out more about his love of all things Bawden:
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Tim Dunn Jun 29
In expo is this 1952 poster commission for London Transport - to promote City landmark sightseeing. Lots of super details inc the pigeon having a London Transport roundel for its eye
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HandmadebyHaggy Feb 19
I visited the fantastic Home and Abroad exhibition at yesterday! Bawden was the master linocut printmaker! Here's some snippets from my favourite linocuts included in the exhibition. You should all make the trip to go see it (40 mins from London)!
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Andy Miller Jun 5
I shouldn't think any of you needs much encouragement to go to the exhibition at but nevertheless, make sure you do. It's wonderful.
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Dulwich Pic Gallery Sep 9
LAST DAY OF ! Who else would love this mesmerizing Bawden wallpaper design ‘Sahara’ in their home? Come on down for your very last chance to see the exhibition for yourself (advanced tickets recommended) ►
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Tim Godden Feb 16
St George's Hospital - Hyde Park Corner c.1970 One of my favourite artists and one of my favourite pieces of war memorial architecture and design. I mean, come on, what’s not to like?
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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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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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The Higgins Jan 22
This is the last week to visit the Bawden's Beasts exhibition . Explore the creatures that inhabit Bawden’s work and his extraordinary talent for visual expression and storytelling. Click here for more details:
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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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mike loseby Feb 17
"Cat Amongst the Pigeons" 1986...Painting by (British,1903-1989).. In later life, Bawden's cats often featured in his work..'Emma Nelson' was his cat amongst the pigeons.. . Official WWll
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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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Inexpensive Progress Mar 28
The de Lank Quarry Cornwall - One of the nicer parts of my researches into the histories of Edward Bawden and John Nash is looking at the works they created on holiday together...
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