‘Edward Bawden at Home’ at the Fry Art GalleryPosted: December 3, 2017
One of the most popular artists at Pictures for Schools who, along with his wife Charlotte, had a longstanding involvement in the exhibitions.
For the first time, the Fry Art Gallery is to dedicate a full season and all of its gallery space to a single exhibition: Edward Bawden at Home. Opening on the 1st of April 2018 and running until the 28th of October 2018, the show will include around 200 artworks and other items. These will be displayed in the Gallery which Bawden helped to establish and which is just a short walk from the home in Saffron Walden in which he spent his last nineteen years.
Edward Bawden CBE RA (1903-89) is recognised as one of Britain’s foremost artists and designers of the twentieth century. His precise, linear watercolours of the 1930s attracted the notice of modernist art critics, whilst he went on to be probably the most important exponent of the linocut to work in Britain.
Detail from ‘Autumn’ 1950
Bawden moved unselfconsciously between fine art…
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