1) 'The Bedstead', circa 1939; 2) 'Butcher's Shop'; 3) 'No 29 Bus', 1934; 4) 'View through propeller', circa 1940, one of the best records of Ravilious' wartime experience (main illustration); 2 sketches for 'Submarine Series' lithographs, one of the first series the Ravilious worked on as an Official War Artist: 5) Men at Controls II, 1940-41 and 6) Study - Row of Men Seated, 1940; 7) Wedgwood plate design, 1936; 8) Design for Wedgwood: 6 cups, 1937 and 9) Consequences (or Cake Top), 1932.
Nine works on paper by Eric Ravilious, c. 19321941
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