Eric Ravilious Wedgwood Garden Series Oval Platter with Woman and Umbrellas

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Eric Ravilious Wedgwood Garden Series Oval Platter with Woman and Umbrellas

1,600.00

A rare Eric Ravilious designed oval platter for Wedgwood from the Garden Series, depicting a woman under a tree with umbrellas and a striped tent nearby, within a sunny landscape, in transfer printed black with yellow highlights on a white field. Signed. The Garden series was designed in 1938, but not produced until after World War II in the 1950s. 

We have several platters from this series in stock.

Length: 14 1/2"     Width: 11 3/4"     Depth: 1 1/2"

$1600

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Eric Ravilious studied at Eastbourne School of Art, and at the Royal College of Art, where he studied under Paul Nash and became close friends with Edward Bawden.  He began his working life as a muralist, first coming to notice as an artist in 1924. He went on to become one of the best-known artists of the 1930s. His watercolours, painted with a fine stippling technique within compositions that give light or dark features a telling role, are thought by some to have an almost uncanny loveliness. He was the leading light of wood-engraving in England at that time, and undertook ceramic designs for Wedgwood. He also designed graphics for London Transport.