Neil Jennings has gathered together an intriguing group of pictures for his next exhibition at the Art Workers' Guild in deepest Bloomsbury. Alongside drawings, engravings and lithos by Ravilious and Bawden he's showing more recent work by two artists whose shared skills and interests make them almost the heirs of Eric and Edward.
|Edward Bawden, The Economy Committee, 1930 (copyright artist's estate)|
|Eric Ravilious, Introductory Lithograph, Submarine Series, 1941|
For people who don't know the Art Workers' Guild I recommend a visit anyway. It's one of London's hidden delights. Besides Neil's exhibitions always seem to offer a good balance of the familiar and the less familiar - and they're always fun.
|Ian Beck, Communication, 1981 (artist's copyright)|
|Glynn Boyd Harte, Etrilles, 2003|