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Paul Woodroffe 1875-1954

Paul Woodroffe 1875-1954

illustrator, book designer, stained glass artist.

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Published by William Morris Gallery in London (Water House, Lloyd Park, Forest Rd., E17 4PP) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Woodroffe, Paul -- Exhibitions.

  • Edition Notes

    Published to accompany an exhibition at theWilliam Morris Gallery, 20th November 1982-9th January 1983.

    ContributionsWilliamMorris Gallery.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12p.,(4)p. of plates :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21842065M


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"The Magic Banquet", from The Tempest, pub. Chapman & Hall,together a pair of watercolours with pen & ink, heightened with bodycolour, on artist's board, laid down, both inscribed on the verso 'The Magic Banquet, Paul Woodroffe, Campden, Glos.', each 34 x cm ( x 9ins), double aperture gold mount, gilt moulded frame, glazed.

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Paul Woodroffe was a stained glass designer and book illustrator who lived at Westington, Chipping Campden from.

Artist: Paul Vincent Woodroffe (British (born India), Madras – Eastbourne) Author: Associated musician Joseph Samuel Moorat (British, –) Date: Febru Medium: Pen and brush and black ink. Dimensions: sheet: 12 3/8 x 9 13/16 in.

( x 25 cm) Classification: Drawings. Credit Line: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Holme. Woodroffe (Paul Vincent, ) An album of 22 fine original designs for stained glass, including 16 contemporary photographs of the completed designs, some shown in situ, one original design with armorial devices representing the four elements, the remainder all of biblical subjects, pen and black ink, watercolours, some traces of graphite Seller Rating: % positive.

Paul Vincent Woodroffe () The Magic Banquet, from 'The Tempest' both signed and inscribed 'The Magic Banquet/Paul Woodroffe/Campden/Glos' (on the reverse) pencil, pen and brown ink and watercolour heightened with touches of bodycolour 13½. Paul Vincent Woodroffe (), British book illustrator and stained-glass artist Martyn J.

Woodroffe (), Welsh silver medalist swimmer at the Olympic Games Colin D. Woodroffe, Australian geographer and coastal geomorphologist. Apache Solr Search Header. Enter terms. Advanced Search. This compilation of ‘Nursery Tales’ further comprises a series of dazzling illustrations by Paul Vincent Woodroffe ( – ).

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'With thirty coloured pictures by Paul Woodroffe'. Paul Vincent Woodroffe () was a British book illustrator and stained-glass artist. His work includes illustrations of Shakespeare, Bible stories, children's books and Roman history, and are characterised by a blend. Arts and Crafts Stained Glass by Peter Cormack will be published by Yale University will be the first comprehensive account of stained glass produced by members of the Arts & Crafts Movement in Britain, Ireland and the USA from the s to the s, and will feature work by Christopher Whall (–), Paul Woodroffe (–), and Karl Parsons (–), as well the.

Paul Woodroffe (–), a successful illustrator, stained-glass artist, and book designer, executed the design at far right for Ivory Apes & Peacocks. Thirty-nine of his drawings are in the Museum's permanent collection. Woodroffe, Paul. Hardcover. Quarto size, pp. English book illustrator and stained-glass artist Paul Woodroffe () provides illustrations for this lovely edition of Shakespeare's "The Tempest", with seventeen tipped-in colour pieces that beautifully depict the.

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