Focus on Eric Ravilious Limited Edition Prints
Updated: Jul 11, 2018
Perhaps we are biased because like us, Eric Ravilious (1903 - 1942) is East Sussex bred but he remains one of our best-loved artists here at The Fine Art Company.
Ravilious was a versitile artist producing in his tragically brief lifetime wood engravings, book illustrations, and designs for posters and ceramics. However, it is for his iconic water colour paintings of the South Downs and the English countryside that he has become best known. The Fine Art Company offers a range of beautifully produced Limited Edition Eric Ravilious Art Prints featuring many of his best loved paintings. These include 'Westbury Horse' and 'Train Landscape' (which work well as a pair), 'Newhaven Harbour', 'Chalk Paths' and plus brand new additions to the range 'Beachy Head' and 'Belle Toute Lighthouse'.
Below you'll see Eric's depiction of Newhaven Harbour on the South Coast portrayed in his immediately recognisable style. The harbour wall appears to curve towards the viewer as a ship pulls into the harbour. In the foreground stands a lighthouse. Lighthouses seem to provide a source of fascination to Ravilious as it's a theme he returns to often in his watercolours. We also have his 'Belle Tout' Lighthouse print which stands on the Seven Sisters cliffs between Birling Gap and Beachy Head - a brand new addition to our collection.
Professional Custom Framing for your Eric Ravilious Art Print
Our professional team of in-house framers offer bespoke custom framing for your Limited Edition Ravilious Print. In particular, our hand crafted Oak frame compliments the colours of these watercolour paintings or for something simple and effective, our Black shallow box frame accompanied by a white mount also works particularly well. We can however frame to your specification so do drop us a line with your requirements on 07973 779471 or email email@example.com and we will be happy to assist!
We are constantly adding new prints to our range of Limited Edition Prints by artists such as Eric Ravilious, Edward Bawden, Simon Palmer, Cyril Power and Sybil Andrews so do visit www.thefineartcompany.co.uk again soon to browse new art.
If you are a fan of the watercolour paintings of Eric Ravilious you might also like the work of fellow East Sussex painter Michael Embden. Like Ravilious, artist Michael Embden painted atmospheric scenes of the South Downs around Eastbourne, Alfriston, Lewes and Brighton including this stunning fine art print entitled 'Chalk Paths'.