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Edward Bawden: 'Town Hall Yard', 1956 (linocut)

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Edward Bawden, Town Hall Yard, 1956 Linocut, signed and dated in pencil Edward Bawden 1956, lower right, inscribed Town Hall Yard Artist’s proof and numbered 5 from the edition of 35, lower left 16 x 24 ¼ inches (40.7 x 60.2 cm) Provenance: A.M. Hassell, bought at The Zwemmer Gallery...

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Hilder, Rowland - The Punt - Bookroom Art Press

Hilder, Rowland - The Punt - Bookroom Art Press

Watercolour on Paper (1932). ‘When I am visiting people' [writes Hilder] 'the drawings I bring back are likely to be interiors. When I am on the edge of the sea, they are likely to be random scenes of messing about in boats, with all the clobber and untidiness familiar to boating people’. And despite ‘clobber and untidiness’ this is very much a winsome scene: the craft at rest before adventures new…

'The End of the Steps' by Paul Nash, 1922

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Paul Nash:The Sluice, 1920 (lithograph)

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"The Strange Coast (Dymchurch)" by Paul Nash, 1920 (lithograph)

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