Eric Ravilious ‘Tea at Furlongs’, watercolour, 1939.
This scene depicts a corner of Peggy Angus’ flint-knapped walled garden in Firle, Sussex, which was something of a rural retreat for a number of like-minded artists including (of course) Peggy herself, Eric and Tirzah Ravilious, John Piper and many others. Eric’s time at Furlongs influenced him intensely, and he produced a great many of his best known paintings during his stays here.
Printed on 300gsm Invercoate 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 Eric Ravilious Gardens Collection.