Artists
Edward Bawden

Edward Bawden was a British painter, illustrator and graphic artist - training under Paul Nash in the 1920s. His first one man show was in 1933.
Bawden's aptitude for printmaking, illustration, watercolour, murals and commercial design (ranging from advertising to metal garden furniture) has made it difficult for critics to classify him in one of the many 20th century artistic movements and genres.

In September of 1989 the Victoria and Albert Museum, London held the first major retrospective of the artist's work.

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22 Ah false traitress said Segwarides... 10/10

Screenprint
20 x 26.5 cms



27 The Lady of the Lake..... 10/10, 1982

Screenprint
20 x 26.5 cms



34 Alas why have you slain your mother.... 10/10

Screenprint
20 x 26.5 cms



4 It was I said Balin...... 10/10

Screenprint
20 x 26.5 cms



Kew Palace 130/160

Screenprint
18½ x 24 ins



The Queen's Garden 14/160, 1986

Lithograph
18½ x 24 ins



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