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Length: 216 Pages


The work of Eric Ravilious (1903-42) is rooted in the landscape of pre-war and early wartime England. This new book by Alan Powers, the established authority on Ravilious, provides the most comprehensive overview to date of the artist’s work in all media – watercolour, illustration, printmaking, graphic design, textiles and ceramics – and firmly positions Ravilious as a major figure in the history of early 20th-century British art. Kemptown Bookshop also sells Bookroom Art Press limited edition prints after the work of Eric Ravilious, see https://www.bookroomartpress.co.uk/.


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