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Tim Dunn 29 Jun 18
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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mike loseby Sep 16
"Waltham Cross" 1933...Watercolour by (British,1903-1989).. Member of the group of . Official WWII
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Alexandra Epps Dec 22
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James Russell 17 May 18
Done! is ready to fly! Doors open Weds 23 May
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FryArtGallery 28 Sep 18
Rarely seen Edward Bawden works may be seen at the Fry Art Gallery until 28th October
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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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Teddy Kristiansen May 20
And... More favorites fresh from the mailman: The Lost Watercolours of Edward Bawden, Hauge inspiration for me(and his buddy Eric Ravilious). Pure bliss on kinds of reading and painting inspiration
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Alexandra Epps 5 Nov 18
Braintree Station c1961
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mike loseby 23 Nov 18
"Houses at Ironbridge" 1956...Painting by (British,1903-1989). Houses where Bawden stayed along with , and on a 6 week working holiday, in 1956..
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mike loseby Dec 20
"Huntingfield Cottage Garden"...Painting by ...British, born in , 1930.. Best known for his watercolour landscapes, as a student at the he was taught by artists , and ..
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The Mainstone Press 4 Sep 18
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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Shahidha Bari 16 May 18
Recline on your Eames chair & pull out your rotary phone for a design special tonight 10pm Mid-century modern to ultra tech
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Cath Deeson 12 Jun 18
Incredible show of work by Beautifully curated by in this glorious gallery. Truly inspirational. Loving the lino! 💙
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The Mainstone Press 8 Dec 18
A spread from the Lost Watercolours of Edward Bawden in which we set out to track down the artist's missing 1930s paintings...
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Tim Dunn 29 Jun 18
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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Eye magazine 20 May 18
Edward Bawden at Dulwich Picture Gallery, Exhibition opens Wed 23 May. Save the date – there will be an Eye magazine talk (part of the late-night opening) on Fri 13 July 2018
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Andy Miller 5 Jun 18
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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Alexandra Epps 7 Oct 18
Evening... Palace of Westminster 1966
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mike loseby 26 Nov 18
"The Iron Bridge" 1956...Painting by (British,1903-1989).. Painted while on a 6 week working holiday in with a few of his artist mates, Set/Oct 1956..
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Tina Hagger 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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