Eric Ravilious - A Life in Pictures James Russell Wednesday 15 March 2017 Eric Ravilious was only 39 when he died on active service as a war artist in 1942, yet
Eric Ravilious – A Life in Pictures
Wednesday 15 March 2017
Eric Ravilious was only 39 when he died on active service as a war artist in 1942, yet he had already achieved amazing things. A brilliant wood engraver and designer, he is best known today for his haunting watercolours in which lighthouses, white horses, empty rooms and downland paths became marvels. Over the past decade of so James has explored many of these paintings in depth, teasing out stories and characters hidden in the wings. This entertaining illustrated talk illuminates the work of a playful, enigmatic artist, with plentiful examples of his work in watercolour, engraving, lithography and ceramics. The paintings are a delight, the Ravilious story funny, sad and full of surprises.
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