‘Newt Pond’ Eric, Ravilious, watercolour and pencil, 1932.
A delightful watercolour painted by Ravilious in the June of 1932, in preparation for his exhibition at the Zwemmer gallery in London. The pond itself is one of the many locations around Great Bardfield, Essex, that Ravilious captured alongside his close friend Edward Bawden. At the time he shared a house with Bawden, Bawden’s wife Charlotte, and his own wife Tirzah, who were the two women depicted in his painting, ‘Two Women in a Garden’.
Printed on 300gsm Invercote card stock using high quality inks to retain the colours of the original image. The card dimensions are 140mm by 140mm.
Also available as part of the ‘Ravilious Rivers and Ponds Collection’.