Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious flourished as artistic partners when they and their families lived in Brick House, their Great Bardfield home from the mid-1920s.
Now, artist Alice Pattullo has produced a lithographic homage to the artists and their home. The fold-out diorama offers a vision of the Brick House, including the studio, the press, the kitchen with the hen perched on the range, Bawden’s wallpapers and much more. It is filled with lovely details and suffused with a humerous appreciation for the period as well as the artists.
There's even a sheet of figures, so you can cut out Ravilious and Bawden and place them in the vignette alongside their gardening tools, cricket bats, alphabet mugs, and of course a cat!
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