An excellent introduction to the work of two British designers Edward Bawden (1903-1989) and Eric Ravilious (1903-1942).
This fascinating book illustrates every aspect of their creativity, featuring designs for wallpaper, posters, book jackets, trade cards and Wedgwood ceramics, to name but a few.
Design opens with an informed and engaging essay by Peyton Skipwith, who, from the late 1960s, acted as Edward Bawden's principal dealer.
Bawden and Ravilious both attended the Design School of the Royal College of Art.
It was here that they met and started to experiment with print-making - marking the beginning of an extremely creative but tragically short-lived friendship.
Ravilious was killed at the age of thirty-nine in an air-sea rescue mission during the Second World War; Edward Bawden survived him by forty-six years. ' Exquisite ...Design is a treat ' - Sunday Telegraph ' A neat little scrapbook ...beautifully laid out ' - Antiques Magazine
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 64 pages, 80 col., 5 b.&w.
- Publisher: ACC Art Books
- Publication Date: 01/09/2005
- Category: Individual artists, art monographs
- ISBN: 9781851495009