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Edward Bawden And His Circle

A liberally illustrated, detailed overview of Bawden's work and its attention towards different aspects of design, including details of his personal scrapbooks
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Dimensions 28.5 x 23cm
No. of Pages 271
SKU 02044262

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Updated 19 May 2020

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Product story

Edward Bawden (1903-89) remains the acknowledged master of the linocut, a humble medium he raised to the level of high art. Bawden led a distinguished career as a war artist and all these adventures he recorded in wry and witty letters back to England. Later in his life he became known as the sage of Saffron Walden, living with his cat Emma Nelson and painting some of the finest watercolours of his long and distinguished career. Liberally illustrated with material from every period of his working life, "Edward Bawden and His Circle" illuminates all aspects of his creative output, and that of his Great Bardfield contemporaries