Visitors will need to wear face masks when inside the house. Son beau-frère Geoffrey Keynes lui demande de fournir les décors et les costumes pour une représentation d'un ballet de William Blake, Illustrations du Livre de Job à l'occasion du centenaire de la mort de l'auteur. Her childhood memoir, Period Piece, has never been out of print since it was first published in 1952. Paru en 1952, il a été réédité jusqu'à aujourd'hui[13]. En 1928, elle emménage au Old Rectory de Harlton (en), à 8 km au sud de Cambridge. It has three floors, each floor having eighteen student rooms, nine showers/toilets and three kitchens. Son expérience d'une presse réellement privée, l'Ashendene Press, est plutôt mitigée. 3.1 Gwen Raverat House . La Cambridge University Press fait très attention à la qualité de l'impression, et Lewis imprime les estampes de Raverat directement depuis les planches originales. She found a wider public with the London Mercury which reproduced many of her engravings. William: It was at Aunt Etty’s London house that Gwen’s love affair with wood engraving began – in particular with the doyen of 18th Century engravers, Thomas Bewick. Son deuxième cousin, Ralph Vaughan Williams, a écrit la musique d'une œuvre qui s'est fait connaître comme Job: A Masque for Dancing, achevée en 1927 mais dont la première représentation a eu lieu à Cambridge en 1931. Joanna Selborne. Darwin College, Cambridge, occupies both her childhood home, Newnham Grange, and the neighbouring Old Granary where she lived from 1946 until her death. One aspect was her work for the theatre, designing costumes, scenery and programmes. Gwen … She illustrated a number of books with line drawings, including Over The Garden Wall by Eleanor Farjeon (1933), Mustard, Pepper and Salt by Alison Uttley (1938), Red-Letter Holiday by Virginia Pye (1940), Crossings by Walter de la Mare (1942), Countess Kate by Charlotte M. Yonge (1948) and The Bedside Barsetshire by L. O. Tingay (1949). [5], There was some similarity between her early engravings and those of Gill, and she did know Gill, but the similarity was based mostly on her black line style at the time, influenced by Lucien Pissarro, and the semi-religious themes that she then chose. Sa mère a été incinérée le 10 février 1947[2]. Gwen married the French painter Jacques Raverat in 1911. She found a wider public with the London Mercury, a popular magazine of the arts, which reproduced many of her engravings. Raverat played a significant part in the wood engraving revival in Britain at the beginning of the twentieth century. Gwen Raverat House is large purpose-built accommodation block named after Charles Darwin's granddaughter. Raverat had a keen interest in children's fiction. Elle fait aujourd'hui partie du Darwin College. L'une des maisons d'hébergement du lycée porte son nom. Ils ont eu deux filles : Elisabeth (1916-2014), qui s'est mariée avec l'homme politique norvégien Edvard Hambro, et Sophie Jane (en), artiste et s'étant mariée au biologiste M.G.M. The miniature stage set that she built as a model still exists, housed at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. The first, by Reynolds Stone, presents many of her engravings printed from Raverat's original blocks; the second, by Joanna Selborne and Lindsay Newman, presents some 75 engravings printed from the blocks, and has long listings of Raverat's work. Her mother, Gwen Raverat, granddaughter of Charles Darwin, was the leading woodcut artist of her time, and her close friends included Virginia … Gwen Raverat Paint Out Cambridge 13-17 May 2019. Il imprime quatre livres supplémentaires pour Raverat : Mountains and Molehills de Frances Cornford (1934), Four Tales from Hans Andersen, une nouvelle version de R. P. Keigwin (en) (1935), The Runaway d'Elizabeth Anna Hart (en) (1936) et The Bird Talisman de Henry Allen Wedgwood (en) (son grand-oncle, 1939). L'historien de l'art Campbell Dodgson (en), conservateur des Estampes et dessins du British Museum, écrit à son sujet en introduction du livre : « Mr. Greenwood excelle dans le délicat et minutieux travail en ligne blanche sur fond noir, qui a aussi gagné l'admiration de nombreux collaborateurs pour les premières gravures sur bois de Mme Ravera[N 1]. Her brother-in-law Geoffrey Keynes asked her to provide scenery and costumes for a proposed ballet drawn from Illustrations of the Book of Job to commemorate the centennial of Blake's death; her second cousin, Ralph Vaughan Williams, wrote the music to the work which became known as Job, a masque for dancing, the premiere of which took place in Cambridge in 1931. L'une de ses premières gravures sur bois est publiée sous le titre Lord Thomas and Fair Annet dans le livre The Open Window (1911), qui contient également des gravures de Noel Rooke. In 1934 she produced a set of engravings for Farmer’s Glory by A. G. Street (1934), perhaps her best known work. Deuxième édition : Cambridge, Silent Books, 1989, Deuxième édition : Londres, British Library, 2003, Deuxième édition : Londres, Pimlico, 2004, Correspondance de Raverat et autres documents conservés, « Mr. Greenwood excelle dans le délicat et minutieux travail en ligne blanche sur fond noir, qui a aussi gagné l'admiration de nombreux collaborateurs pour les premières gravures sur bois de Mme Ravera, The Cambridge Book of Poetry for Children, Mr. Greenwood excels in the delicate and minute work in white line upon black, which has also won the admiration of many collectors for the earlier wood engravings of Mrs. Raverat, Voyage sentimental à travers la France et l'Italie, Comus (Un masque a présenté au château de Ludlow), Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers, https://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Gwen_Raverat&oldid=169544915, Identifiant Find a Grave identique sur Wikidata, Article contenant un appel à traduction en anglais, Article de Wikipédia avec notice d'autorité, Page pointant vers des bases relatives aux beaux-arts, Portail:Biographie/Articles liés/Culture et arts, licence Creative Commons attribution, partage dans les mêmes conditions, comment citer les auteurs et mentionner la licence. [1] Her memoir Period Piece was published in 1952. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. A pencil drawing portrait of Gwen by Vellacot can be seen at the Kettle's Yard Gallery in Cambridge. Gwen Mary Darwin est née à Cambridge le 26 août 1885. The house was the model for her engravings for The Runaway. He printed four more books for Raverat - Mountains and Molehills by Frances Cornford (1934), Four Tales from Hans Andersen (1935), The Runaway by Elizabeth A. Hart (1936) and The Bird Talisman by Henry Wedgwood (her great-uncle) (1939). All rooms have fitted furniture, a wash basin and internet connectivity. Laundry facilities are provided in the largest kitchen on each floor. She was influenced by the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists and developed her own painterly style of engraving. In 1928 she moved into the Old Rectory, Harlton, near Cambridge. The house was the model for her engravings for The Runaway. (en) Cet article est partiellement ou en totalité issu de la page de Wikipédia en anglais intitulée « Gwen Raverat » (voir la liste des auteurs). The catalogue of the 1989 exhibition at Lancaster University includes a useful bibliography. It has three floors, each floor having eighteen student rooms, nine showers/toilets and three kitchens. She was influenced by the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists and developed her own painterly style of engraving. She went to the Slade School in 1908, but stood outside the groups growing up at the time, the group that gathered around Eric Gill at Ditchling and the group that grew up at the Central School of Arts and Crafts around Noel Rooke. It appeared in 1952 and has not been out of print since then. Apart from her studies at the Slade and the period from 1915 to 1928, which covered her life with Jacques and early widowhood, Raverat lived in or near Cambridge. Gwen Raverat a rencontré l'une de ses plus proches amies, la peintre Elisabeth Vellacott (en), lors la production de l'oratoire d'Handel, Jephtha[11]. Joanna Selborne, ‘The Society of Wood Engravers: the early years’ in, "Raverat, Gwendolen Mary (1885–1957), wood engraver and author", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Gwen_Raverat&oldid=981014184, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2020, Wikipedia articles with RKDartists identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SELIBR identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with TePapa identifiers, Wikipedia articles with Trove identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 29 September 2020, at 19:44. The Cambridge University Press took almost as much care with their printing as a private press, and Lewis printed the wood engravings from the original blocks. Laundry facilities are provided in the largest kitchen on each floor. This was Spring Morning by her cousin Frances Cornford, published by the Poetry Bookshop in 1915. Achetez neuf ou d'occasion © 2020 Darwin College Cambridge — Silver St Cambridge CB3 9EU — T: 01223 335660 — Registered Charity number 1141105, College Policy on Racial and Sexual Harassment, Giving to Darwin College from Rest of the World, Submit a Support Ticket (Catering/Library/IT), Ground floor, Overlooking front courtyard. Sep 8, 2014 - A selection of Gwen Raverat's wood engravings are on display in the house at Kettle's Yard from 13 September - 23 November 2014. 9 May 2019 12 April 2019 by Paint Out. This is my second copy: the first one fell to pieces from many re-readings. Elle a été mariée au peintre français Jacques Raverat et a vécu la plupart de sa vie à Cambridge, où elle a été très active, notamment dans l'élaboration de costumes et de décors de théâtre. Three of her books were Victorian stories that she persuaded publishers to reprint - The Runaway, The Bird Talisman and Countess Kate. Gwen was a granddaughter of Charles Darwin, as was her closest friend and first cousin, the poet Frances Cornford. Four Tales et The Bird Talisman sont illustrés avec des gravures en couleur. Apart from her studies at the Slade and the period from 1915 to 1928, which covered her life with Jacques and early widowhood, Raverat lived in or near Cambridge. Cambridge and the people associated with it remained very much the centre of her life.