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Edward Bawden at Home
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Edward Bawden at Home (udgave 2018)

af Bawden Weaver, Skipwith, Brown

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"Its been published to accompany an exhibition at the Fry Gallery in Saffron Walden, themed around Edward Bawdens home life and the work that was inspired by it. The written content takes the form of essays by Iris Weaver, Richard Bawden, Peyton Skipwith and Christopher Brown, each discussing time spent at Bawdens home. Apart from his son Richard, who gives a childs eye view of post-war life at Brick House, Great Bardfield, these are memories from the latter part of Bawdens life, when, after the death of his wife Charlotte, he resided at 2 Park Lane in Saffron Walden. Of the two houses it is Park Lane that really shines in this book in his eighties, because of limited mobility, Bawden was forced to take inspiration from his very closest surroundings. With renewed energy he began to use his house as subject matter, painting the garden and the housés interiors. Iris Weaver points out that Edward found pleasures and unexpected surprises when painting in-doors, such as the play of light, and shadow patterns through windows..."--caughtbytheriver.net.… (mere)
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"Its been published to accompany an exhibition at the Fry Gallery in Saffron Walden, themed around Edward Bawdens home life and the work that was inspired by it. The written content takes the form of essays by Iris Weaver, Richard Bawden, Peyton Skipwith and Christopher Brown, each discussing time spent at Bawdens home. Apart from his son Richard, who gives a childs eye view of post-war life at Brick House, Great Bardfield, these are memories from the latter part of Bawdens life, when, after the death of his wife Charlotte, he resided at 2 Park Lane in Saffron Walden. Of the two houses it is Park Lane that really shines in this book in his eighties, because of limited mobility, Bawden was forced to take inspiration from his very closest surroundings. With renewed energy he began to use his house as subject matter, painting the garden and the housés interiors. Iris Weaver points out that Edward found pleasures and unexpected surprises when painting in-doors, such as the play of light, and shadow patterns through windows..."--caughtbytheriver.net.

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