Tirzah Garwood's autobiography, finished when she had just lost her husband, Eric Ravilious, is as evocative as her work Tirzah Garwood (right) met Eric Ravilious in 1925 at the Eastbourne School of Art, where he was a teacher and she a student. The Guardian, 1 month ago
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Craig Raine Philip Hancock's pamphlet of poems Just Help Yourself (Smiths Knoll, £5): charming, authentic, trim reports from the world of work — City and Guilds, pilfering, how to carry a ladder, sex in a van (From the dust-sheet, wood ...Spectator Australia, 3 weeks ago
My father, Robert Clement, who has died aged 84, educated and supported art teachers and wrote the popular textbook The Art Teacher's Handbook (1986). Bob thought art education should give children the skills to respond with confidence to their ...The Guardian, 4 weeks ago
The Rye Marshes, 1932, by Paul Nash ( Ferens Art Gallery, Tate) So glad he didn't put in a seagull! This pert remark, made by the New Zealand artist Frances Hodgkins, referred to a slightly prim and conventional lithograph by Eric Ravilious of ...Standpoint Magazine, 1 month ago
HASTINGS .- Curator James Russell is a man on a mission. A passionate advocate of 20th century British art, he has chosen more than a hundred works, spanning a hundred years, by a hundred different artists. Century: 100 Modern British Artists (23 ...Artdaily.org, 1 month ago
In a Paris Suburb Gare de lEst sous la Neige (1917). The French Postimpressionist painter Maximilien Luce (1858-1941) bequeathed a hefty collection of his work over 300 pieces to the somewhat unfashionable town of Mantes-la-Jolie, west of ...Paris Update, 1 month ago
EASTBOURNE .- Towner presents One Day, Something Happens: Paintings of People, an Arts Council Collection touring exhibition curated by Jennifer Higgie, co-editor of frieze magazine. The exhibition reflects a personal view of a period of radical ...Artdaily.org, 1 month ago
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