PAST EXHIBITION - ON DISPLAY
Opening 13 November 2019
On Arts & Crafts and Cotswold Furniture: ceramics by Jill Fanshawe Kato, Romilly Graham, Sarah Perry and Christine-Ann Richards, wood turning by Richard Chapman and
On the walls: carpets by John Allen, drawings by Sarah Cawkwell and prints by Enid Marx.
The exhibition runs till 22 December 2019
Opening hours Tue-Sat 11am - 6pm, Sun 12 - 5pm
Romilly Graham ceramics on s6906 an oak Arts & Crafts dresser by Ambrose Heal 1905.
Enid Marx, 2 Cats, signed lino cut, edition 14 of 50, 47 x 60cm,
wood turnings by Richard Chapman on s6945 a mahogany sideboard by Gordon Russell.
John Allen, White Giant from a limited edition of 3, hand spun, dyed and woven carpet with a Christine-Ann Richards ceramic on s7017 an oak Arts & Crafts chest of drawers by Ambrose Heal 1897,
srmc10 Thames Sunset with marquetry and silver paint, labelled, by the Rowley Gallery of Church Street Kensington, circa 1925 with Jill Fanshawe Kato ceramics on s6982 An oak Liberty's open bookcase circa 1905.
Christine-Ann Richards ceramics on s4805 an ebonised oak, Gothic Reform buffet with two shelves above two chamfered and panelled doors, reeded apron, with shaped, steel 'Gothic' strap hinges and drop-ring handles,
Sarah Cawkwell, The Edge 1991, charcoal, 46 x 56.5cm, Sarah Perry ceramics on s6944 an oak chest of drawers by Ambrose Heal, 1910.
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LINO CUTS & WOOD CUTS
Enid Marx, Paul Nash, John Tenniel, David Jones, Guy Worsdell,
Gabriel White & others
A few examples of the works we have in the exhibition with apologies for the fact that we do not have sufficient in-house skills to photograph glazed works!
Enid Marx (1902 - 1998) 'Animal Alphabet: B is for Bear' linocut, 1984, signed, 14 x 20cms.
Enid Marx (1902 - 1998) 'Two Cats' linocut, 14 of 50, signed, 53 x 66cms.
David Jones (1895 - 1974) 'The Harbour II', copper engraving, proof, illustration for 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner', Douglas Cleverdon, 1929, 4 x 12 cms.
.Gabriel White (1902 - 1988), 'The Old Railway Station', etching, 1 of 20, signed, 20 x 29cms
John Tenniel (1820 - 1914), 'Alice and the Cheshire Cat', etching, initialled on plate, illustration to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, 15 x 10cms
John Tenniel (1820 - 1914), 'Alice and the Duchess', etching, initialled on plate, illustration to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, 18 x 19cms.
Both of thee were published in 1987 from the original blocks in an edition of 250, numbered and stamped with the publisher's stamp of authentication..
Reginald Goodfellow (1894 - 1984), 'Tropical Eve', woodcut, 15 x 10cms
Paul Nash (1889 - 1946) 'Abstract', wood engraving, 1924, published in 1985 by Garton & Cooke from the original block, in an edition of 45, Paul Nash Trust stamp, 10 x 5cms
Harold Jones (1904 - 1992), 'Washing Day', wood cut, 1936, 16 x 12cms
Guy Worsdell (1908 - 1978) 'Two Bridges', wood engraving, 4 of 30, signed, 10 x 10cms
Guy Worsdell (1908 - 1978) 'York Station', wood engraving, 17 of 20, signed, 20 x 17cms.
Gabriel White (1902 - 1988), 'Pot of Flowers', etching, 2 of 20, 10 x 15cms
Enid Marx (1902 - 1998) 'Kenwood, Hampstead Heath' wood engraving, 54 of 60, signed, 12 x 16cms
Enid Marx (1902 - 1998) 'Cat in basket' wood engraving, 10 of 25, signed, 8 x 8cms. Illustration to A Childhood, Francesca Allison, Hogarth Press, c. 1985.