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art of Claud Lovat Fraser, book illustrator, commercial artist, theatrical designer.
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CLAUD LOVAT FRASER () The Queen of Hearts Signed, variously inscribed and dated: “NURSERY RHYMES” BALLET/JNY COLISEUM/ DESIGN FOR DRESS/MME: KARSAVINA/AS “QUEEN OF HEARTS”/Claud Fraser Jany Pen and ink, watercolour and bodycolour on grey washed paper by 32 cm.; 18 ¾ by 12 ½ in. (frame size 72 by 53 cm., 28 ½ by 21 in.) Provenance: Fine Art . Claud Lovat Fraser ( - ) was an artist and designer of theatrical characters and scenes, and decorations for chap-books and broadsides, which were published under the title Flying Fame (). Judged by their imaginative quality, these latter designs are perhaps the most important which he .
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The Art of Claud Lovat Fraser: book illustrator, theatrical designer and commercial artist (An exhibition to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of his death) by Clive E.
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[Claud Lovat Fraser; Clive E Driver; Philip H. & A.S.W. Rosenbach Foundation.]. Claud Lovat Fraser was christened Lovat Claud; as a young man he reversed those names for euphony's sake but he was always known as Lovat.
Fraser's father (also Claud) was a prominent solicitor, his mother an able amateur artist and ion: Westminster School of Art. Author of Sixty-three unpublished designs, The art of Claud Lovat Fraser: book illustrator, theatrical designer, and commercial artist, Pirates, Nurse Lovechild's legacy, Characters from Dickens, The art of Claud Lovat Fraser, book illustrator, theatrical designer, andcommercial artist, Sixteen songs, The two Written works: Sixty-three unpublished designs.
Claud Lovat Fraser. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Claud Lovat Fraser. d'Offay Couper Gallery, London. T he Art of Claud Lovat Fraser: Book Illustrator, Theatrical Designer and Commercial Artist.
Rosenbach Museum and Library, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Winter Edward Gordon Craig and Claud Lovat Fraser: Drawings and.
The Art of Claud Lovat Fraser: Book Illustrator, Theatrical Designer, and Commercial Artist. An Exhibition to Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of His Death.
Driver, Clive. THE ART OF CLAUD LOVAT FRASER: Book Illustrator, Theatrical Designer and Commercial Artist Driver, Clive E.; Claud Lovat Fraser Published by Rosenbach Foundation (). Claud Lovat Fraser (15 May London – 18 JuneDymchurch) was an English artist, designer and author.
This biography is from Wikipedia under an Attribution-ShareAlike Creative Commons License. Claud Lovat Fraser (), Artist and designer. Sitter associated with 3 portraits Artist of 1 portrait The elder son of a solicitor, Fraser embarked on his career as artist and designer in His first published works of designs and decorations appeared in Flying Fame ().
Bidders were out in force for Roseberys Modern & Contemporary British Art auction recently, absorbing 80% of the lots on offer. Containing a wealth of high-quality art by celebrated British artists, the auction generated “spirited bidding” throughout with a number of lots exceeding expectations.
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Claud Lovat Fraser was a theatrical designer and book illustrator specializing in children's books. Fraser operated the Poetry Bookshop in London and published a number of children's books including The robin's songand Nursery rhymes.
Fraser published under the pen name of Richard Honeywood. From the description of Festival card artwork, Artist/maker. Claud Lovat Fraser, born - died (designer) The Constable Press Ltd. Materials and Techniques. colour process engraving.
Dimensions. Height: 10 in, Width: in. Descriptive line. Claude Lovat Fraser. Book wrapper for Peacock Pie by Walter de la Mare, published Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract.
Writing for the journal Commercial Art/Art and Industry inHorace Taylor commented: Mr. Curwen, who is his own typographer, makes a notable use of colour. Much of the best-known work of the Press in the past has been conspicuous for its use of colour line-blocks from designs by Lovat Fraser and other artists.
A Book of Simple Toys 2 copies, 1 review; The art of Claud Lovat Fraser: book illustrator, theatrical designer, and 2 copies; Characters from Dickens 1 copy; Ink and watercolour drawing of a man standing alone, three people talking 1 copy; Pirates 1 copy; Catalogue of the memorial exhibition of works by the late Claud Lovat 1 copy.
Claud Lovat Fraser, 'Daffy-Down-Dilly of Arts, London. This image is not available to download. To licence this image for commercial purposes, contact our Picture Library at [email protected] Artist/designer.
Claud Lovat Fraser ( - ) Published by. T.C. & E.C. Jack. From. Lovat Fraser, Nursery rhymes with. 15 (Art). DRIVER, Clive E. The Art of Claud Lovat Fraser: Book Illustrator, Theatrical Designer, and Commercial Artist.
An Exhibition to Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of His Death. Philadelphia: The Philip H. & A.S.W. Rosenbach Foundation (). First edition. Introduction by Seymour Adelman.
Tribute by Maurice Sendak. Quarto. Illustrated. The freelance illustrator and graphic designer specialises in warm, nostalgic scenes with charming color palettes and stunning textures.
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Claud Lovat Fraser () was an English artist, designer and author. An authority on seventeenth- and eighteenth-century ballad sheets and broadsides, Fraser teamed up with Holbrook Jackson and the poet Ralph Hodgson Lovat Fraser in to establish a small publishing firm, The Sign of the Flying Fame.
Claud Lovat Fraser (15 May London – 18 JuneDymchurch) was an English artist, designer and author. Claud Lovat Fraser was christened Lovat Claud; as a young man he reversed those names for euphony's sake but he was always known as Lovat.
Fraser's father (also Claud) was a prominent solicitor, his mother an able amateur artist and musician. Fraser was educated at Windlesham House.Peter Blake: Design by Peyton Skipwith,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.View over 56 Claud Lovat Fraser artworks sold at auction to research and compare prices.
Design for a Toy," illustration for the unpublished work, A Book of Simple Toys (). With Claud Lovat Fraser (London: d'Offay Cooper Gallery, ).Watercolor and ink. x cm (9 1/8 x 5 11/16in). Artist `C Lovat Fraser.