Submarine Dream. Eric Ravilious.
Submarine Dream
Submarine Dream
Submarine Dream

Submarine Dream. Lithographs and Letters. Edited by Brian Webb with an Introduction by Peyton Skipwith.

London: The Camberwell Press, 1996. Folio. First edition. An edition of 300 copies. This is 34/225 copies signed by Professor Eileen Hogan of Camberwell College of Arts. (The other 75 were produced in a folder with a set of ten prints.) Dark green leather spine. Boards, reproducing a marbled paper designed by Tirzah Ravilious during the 1930s, with a paper label in the centre of the front cover. Stochastic screening was used for the ten lithographed reproductions. Fine. Item #5830

Eric Ravilious was appointed a War Artist in February 1940. In August that year he moved to HMS Dolphin, the submarine base in Gosport, Hampshire. He produced two series of five lithographs, the first set predominantly blue/yellow and the second blue/brown. No publisher in wartime was prepared to print them in book form and they were sold as extremely limited prints. This is the first publication as a book. Uncommon.

Price: £1,250.00

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