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Ravilious: The Greenhouse: Cyclamen and Tomatoes (custom print)
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          The Greenhouse: Cyclamen and Tomatoes, 1935
          Eric Ravilious
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          Original: Watercolour and graphite on paper 72 x 85.4 cm

          This watercolour and another of a vine covered with grapes were painted in the nursery garden of an old man at Firle. At that time Ravilious and his wife were staying with Peggy Angus at The Furlongs, Beddingham, the next village under the Downs to Firle.

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          Eric Ravilious was an accomplished painter, wood engraver and designer and is one of the most popular artists of the 1930s. Many Ravilious prints depict the countryside of south east England, as well as urban scenes of London and his experiences as a war artist during World War II. His landscapes and rural interiors often featured the downland and the coast of southern England; haunting and lyrical, these works show a world in suspense and often feature chalk hill figures and empty rooms. His design work includes posters for London Transport and coronation mugs for Wedgwood.

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