From a unique interpretation of the British countryside to the medium of fine ceramics
Eric Ravilious was a designer, book illustrator and wood-engraver. Growing up in East Sussex, he is renowned for his stylised watercolours of the English countryside, particularly the South Downs. He served as a war artist, and died when his aircraft was lost off Iceland in 1942.
Take a look at our Ravilious collection of fine bone china mugs. Perhaps you’ll be as excited as we are by how perfectly Eric’s striking wood engravings adapt to the ceramic medium.
Find out about Eric Ravilious at The TateSome of his artwork can be found our mugs here:
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